Hassinger’s totemic drawings present two variations on the amphora, or ancient Greek water vessel, each scaled to the human body. The artist delicately sketches the outline of these pots with a light but sweeping gesture, the shape and airiness of her mark analogous to the hanging fabric vessels. Amphora I and Untitled Vessel (Brown) share the same elongated neck and sloping sides— Amphora II’s curved handles, like arms resting akimbo, connect with the steel handles of Untitled Vessel (Beige). The drawings are likewise in conversation with the steel sculptures, Untitled Vessel (Small Body) and Untitled Vessel (Large Body), the metallic graphite mark reflecting the wispy threads of wire rope. Sculptor's drawings hold a special place in the genre. Often spontaneous, refined expressions, they capture the very essence of their subject. Hassinger's drawings are no different, focusing on the basic lines that define us and traits that we all share. With these simple gestures, the artist reminds us that at root we are each of us the same, conceived as equals.