each panel is a variation on a theme. Two tiling patterns
interact randomly in each panel. The black and white pattern
stays in the plane of the side, while the red and yellow
patterns either "sink" in or "bulge"
out relative to the actual plane of the side. Once again
the painting is continuous; what ends at the edge of a panel
picks up on the corresponding edge of the contiguous panel;
in all four dIrections.
I chose cherry
for the frame because the finished wood would compliment
the red and yellow paint. The peice could be hung from a
chain, or could sit on a table or pedestal. I prefer the
later, so that it could be flipped and rotated from time
to time to change the view.
Acrylic on Masonite
with Cherry Framing