“The paintings are three-dimensional and their colors change as the Sun changes.”
Courtesy of the artist.
I use vivid colors and simple forms to create complex abstract paintings. Each painting is done using 10 to 20 panels of fiberglass designed separately and then stacked to create a type of multilayer stained fiberglass window. The photographs are backlit by sunlight and are SOOC (Straight Out Of Camera). They are unedited. Each photograph shows a set of panels sequenced uniquely at the moment in the day when the Sun’s intensity and angle produce the best colors. The paintings are three-dimensional and their colors change as the Sun changes. The photographs freeze the painting at an ideal moment.