Duff Bohrer’s work features strong color and a loose painterly style, characterized by a construction and destruction of drawn shapes. Her current series involves layers of drawing of unrelated objects, selected for their unusual shapes. These layers and shapes later merge into a large color composition, presently involving birds and cages. The ‘merging’ process is dependent on imagination and chance. The artist is intent on the resulting painting having suggestions of human relationships. Choice, freedom, security, and alienation are strains of thought which sometimes direct the focus of the work.