Ghass’ paintings are abstract, but orderly, with occasional spontaneous flourishes. Stylistically, his work sits at the intersection of Pollock and Kandinsky. His work is a synthesis of order and chaos, an aesthetic pairing that succeeds despite its incongruous nature. Over time, the psychological portraits of war that Ghass began with have been replaced by equally remarkable examinations of the everyday. The old scars haven’t altogether faded, but they no longer take precedence. Today, hope triumphs.