A central line of bright dots anchors this composition, behind which sinuous layers of harmonious hues pass from warmer to cooler tones. "I am interested in that space between magic and logic . . . which I think all art falls into," Andrade stated, offering a poetic explanation for her translation of natural forms and atmospheric effects into colorful patterns that are at once systematic and evocative of the rhythms and movements of sound, water, or light. Andrade is now recognized as an important figure of the Op art movement, although her practice evolved on the periphery of the art world; she drew on her interest in mathematics and its corollaries in natural and computer sciences, as well as her professional experience creating architectural drawings and, later, as an art teacher.