“..Scheid’s eloquent, gestural line does not contain, as Henri Matisse’s did, the form. Instead, it indicates the form’s dissolution and, at times, it’s metamorphosis. Scheid’s line moves; it describes movement. As such, it resists closure. Because her drawing is charged with both anxiety and exhilaration, it diverts attention away from itself and toward the artist. It is what the Renaissance artist and critic Frederico Zuccari called disegno interno, inner drawing. It chronicles and internal event; It is in process. Invoking the forma spiritual, It moves towards light, toward the epiphany of light.”  Maureen Bloomfield, Anne Scheid: Luminosity of Line