Time Out says
Daignault is a representational painter who depicts various prosaic subjects—a walk in the woods at night, images from a CCTV monitor, the sky at sunset—as a series of small canvases hung in a grid, suggesting narratives of one sort or another. Each painting features brushwork that is on the thick side, lending an Expressionistic flavor to the sort of presentation usually associated with Minimalism or Conceptual Art. Her latest work springs from a recent Kerouac-ian tour of middle America by car. Her journey is depicted here as 360 scenes captured at 25-mile intervals, with each representing one degree out of the circular path while on the road.