My favorite aspect to her work is the way in which the paintings are composed:
From the surface, the composition appears minimal, occupying subtlety and restraint with the empty space surrounding the material or subject. Yet, for these large scale paintings, much detail is included which allows for this really beautiful dance that the viewer plays going back and forth from various observation reference points.
Most of Khedoori's work is finished in oil, but some of her earlier work differs. I would really love one of her pieces, if I could afford its hefty cost. She is my inspiration for the work in which I am trying to create this semester. If you want to see more of her work, I suggest going to her home gallery site: davidzwirner.com and click on the artists tab.