A young girl looks over a display of flowers; the numerous adjacent curving petals representing flowers create a lively sense of spatial relationships. The jetset artist Zalameda creates dynamic interpretations of the revolutionary European aesthetic popularly known as cubism. In the assessment of Zalameda’s art, image should not be confused with artistic individuality. The kind of pictorial structure used here, with itsa suggestion of the random and the seemingly spontaneous, is one that Zalameda carried with him throughout his career. Yet his abstractions reveal a stylte that has not completely given up imagery.