Montreal-based artist Annabelle Marquis combines paints and collage so that they flow together imperceptibly in spectacularly atmospheric compositions. In certain pieces, the expressive brushstrokes seem to bleed out from the paper fragments, as if the collage determines the painted forms. Elsewhere, cloud-like swaths of gray, red, white and gold paint funnel towards a central cluster of pasted images, giving the impression of crystallizing and condensing into new material. Practically baroque, glossy textures and rich colors of the collage elements stand in stark contrast to sparse acrylic fogs. To view her work is to attempt to retrace the means by which it evolved.