This oil painting was completed in graduate school and was displayed at Delaware Community College in an exhibit juried by art critic Donald Kuspit. This painting brings to my mind a small game I played in elementary school that consisted of plastic sliding tiles, only one of which could be moved at a time, and the goal was to rearrange the tiles into a picture. There is a prismatic quality as if the colored cells are actively scattering and reconfiguring themselves, hence the painting's title.
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In my paintings I seek to integrate multiple modes of abstraction and create a visual language that speaks to coded networks of information and the relationship of the individual to the wider technological present. Using patterns, grids, geometry, and a variety of paint application techniques, my paintings act as mirrors that reflect the point at which thought intersects with form and material intersects with meaning.More About Artist