"Crossing Paths" was a study of utilizing Bridget Riley's techniques to create op art, and taking my own designs into the picture of creating movement through the usage of color. I feel it was achieved wonderfully with this piece, as the painting allows the implied nature of stairs or an escalator to create optical movement.
The next subject, “White Space Designs”, is a more expressionistic dedication to our world in design. Each of these pieces utilize created elements of design over a white background and through the usage of color theory and the full spectrum, create designs that are optically kinetic, or quaintly stationary just to exude beauty within a composition.
This piece is on a birch panel, raised 1 1/2", titled, signed and dated on the back. All paints used are Golden Paint and Liquitex Professional acrylics. Reason I mention this, is because I produce my work to last the test of time through using only the highest quality of materials.
Acrylic on wood panel