My abstract geometric paintings create an aesthetic as well as intellectual experience for the viewer. All incorporate a basic 10- or 15- colored triangular unit. Combining this unit into grids and hexagons forms illusory three-dimensional spaces for the viewer to wander into, around and maybe out of. My designs are always experimental, and always evolving.
The 10- or 15- colored unit was developed from the color blending studies of Johannes Itten. The triangular format was suggested by small works on paper by the noted contemporary colorist Sanford Wurmfeld. My color blending starts with the paints set up in three corners on the palette. The apex color is blended with two other colors, one pale and one dark.
I find the processes of color blending, designing, and painting engrossing and exciting. I’m never sure what the result of long hours of work will be.