Heather Day (b. 1989, Honolulu, HI) is an artist based in the Mojave Desert of California. Her abstract paintings draw the viewer through atmospheric shifts of color and map-like etchings. Pools of pigment flood across canvases forming layers of stitched contours beneath a lexicon of gestural mark making. Day’s painted canvases are dissected and fastened together, propagated and regrown, uncovering forms that echo between paintings.