One whole wall at Catherine Person this month is lined with Colleen Hayward's new ink paintings, which look like sheer, woven, windblown fabrics frozen in time and isolated.

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They remind me of this 1929 Josef Albers photograph, ostensibly of laundry, but really of shapes at maximum inhalation, pumped up into lungs on the verge of exhaling.

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But they also remind me of this scene on Broadway, at the construction site for the new light rail station, where there are big black clouds, in a state of arrest.

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And, of course, of this great video by Matt McCormick of Portland, The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal.

Happy windy Tuesday.