Webs (11 paintings)

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Web paintings are composed of connecting triangles spread on top of an abstract background. The interrelationship of triangles becomes a net or fabric that is both regular and irregular. The resulting pattern has a flow; everything is related but in a skewed way. Some triangles are big, some small; some dark, some light; some narrow, some wide.

The relationship of the web to the background is critical. Various shapes and colors emerge from the background to add another dimension to the web paintings.

What do the web paintings mean? At a minimum, they portray the interconnectedness of all things. There is a pattern, even if irregular, to the web paintings, and in my view, to life itself.