"...Ms. Sann's architectonic forms, so beautifully executed, need no experience, no explanation. Nothing can surpass the illumination that comes from a perfect understanding of abstract beauty. For the classicists who feel abstraction has nothing to contribute, it is a gentle reminder that the tradition of classical aesthetics has taught us to describe and to evaluate artistic form in terms of harmony and equilibrium... Moments are locked into place - frozen by strong organization, by an almost mathematical ordering of planes in space parallel to the pictures surface, and by deliberately aligned vertical accents. These are traditional tools of the classical artist - Giotto, Poussin, David."