Friday, April 7, 2017


#1602 (Hex test), 24"h x 18"w, Ink and watercolor suspended in polyvinyl resin glue on cradled wood panel

The first acid test for new formulas, Spring 2016.
I've introduced a tighter grid to allow more tests within the format space.
The hexagonal grid is based on the honeycombs of beehives, which maximizes the number of cells within a given volume. It is also more visually dynamic than a square grid, with more complex diagonal relationships implied.

Below is a photo sent by the collector who purchased the piece, as installed in their home.

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