Trincere is a well-established American contemporary artist known for her
non-objective paintings and drawings, reminiscent of geometric abstraction. Her
painting is a process of elimination with certain non-objective principles
she’s working with. Painting on shaped canvases represents an effort to
eradicate all the spontaneous mark-making and strokes of an abstract painting.
Trincere’s drawings are almost a prerequisite for the paintings, allowing her
to define the space of the internal dynamics and the external parameters in the
wider field. However, she also creates drawings that are independent artworks.
They allow her to explore the formal elements of line, shape, and color that
ultimately may give rise to similar paintings. In short, there is an integral
dialogue between the two media.