A Common Thread
Looking at art you’ve created over a period of years, you will almost always come across favorite pieces, not-so-favorite ones, and others that teach you something. These three paintings have been in a rather isolated place on my studio wall, going virtually unnoticed in my daily routine.
But now that I’ve taken them down and moved them to my office wall where I can look at them every day, I have a new appreciation for them. It turns out they blend nicely with a series I’m working on now. I need to go through more paintings in my studio to see what else I have that shows a common thread. Maybe I have enough for a show, or to present to a new gallery perhaps.
The lighting in my room causes a glare in this particular shot, but it helps to show the interference colors that were used in them. Normally they look more like the scans shown above.
I’ve shown this picture before, but here is another look at the newest series of paintings:
It’s nice to see that the older ones work together with these.