"The Plunge" is another word that I studied Bridget Riley to create. This is about creating depth within a painting, to the degree of an op art work. I feel I very much achieved this, as when you stare at this painting, it is perceived that you are looking at it from a great height, almost like a cliff's edge, and it just plunges into nothing-ness.
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