You're probably wondering why my postings have been sparse lately. It's because I'm getting ready for a solo at the Marcia Wood Gallery in Atlanta, Diamond Life, opening April 16. It's my fourth solo with the gallery (and my 26th career solo).
Ever since I made that diamond-shaped print in June, I've been thinking about the way the diamond asserts itself in space, and the way it holds my color fields within it. I've also been thinking about rhomboids within the square field. There's a lot of push and pull, point and counterpoint--and, ultimately, equipoise. Here's a peek at what I've been working on.
Detail of Rummu, 2011, encaustic on panel, 34x34 inches, above, with a full view of the work below