Constructions have unintended consequences. Matching paint to the stippling of digital prints is an absorbing process. Dozens of days yield dozens of palettes. Dried paint shows its crystal nature as I scrape it off the glass. The hues stick in the mind even more than the places and the photographs I'm representing.
Things tend to do that if you handle them enough.
These little organisms seem to have grown from a synesthetic union between the seen and the felt. Perhaps in fact they actually grew themselves. Objects have their own agenda.
Internal Reverberation #3, 2012. Oil paint, alkyd gel, acrylic, pva on glass slide. 2" x 4" x 2".
Internal Reverberation #4, 2012. Oil paint, alkyd gel, acrylic, pva on glass slide. 1" x 3" x 1-1/2".
Internal Reverberation #5, 2012. Oil paint, alkyd gel, acrylic, pva on glass slide. 1-1/2" x 2-1/2" x 2".