Joyce’s mesmerizing drawings and paintings of owls are at once beautiful and haunting. Joyce’s choice of materials makes for a remarkable contrast to her preferred technique: She prefers to use an tremendous range of tools, but her elaborate images are built up slowly from an extremely restricted range of gestures. Joyce’s enthusiasm for a consistent, repetitive rhythm of marks is matched by an obsession with color. Each owl she creates is composed of the most carefully considered palette. It’s this dual affection for color and energetic line that is the wellspring of her daily artistic practice.