Bodnarchuk, who taught at Corcoran for 32 years, is known primarily as a sculptor and graphic designer. Her visual diary begins as black-and-white doodles on square paper, sometimes with a touch of color. The images immediately became brighter, more complex, and mostly horizontal. Longtime resident of Glen Echo describes flowers, the sky, rivers, and animals, both domestic and wild, with ever-increasing vigor. The truths that these gentle paintings reveal are completely subjective, yet accessible to everyone.