Forever touched by a photograph her mother once showed her—of the happiest time in her life, at a slumber party in the ’70s—Hahn paints the ups, the downs, and the disillusionment in the life cycle of a woman. Following her solo show at Jack Hanley in February, Hahn debuts four new paintings at NADA that take a newly methodical bent: Stippled with meticulous patterning, the series sees a woman happily confined to a flower patterned room, wearing flowered clothing, and reading books about, you guessed it, flowers. Calling to mind the pattern-sheathed women of Gustav Klimt, three of the four works (priced between $3,000–$3,500) had quickly sold within the first hours of the preview.