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Gradations of Color and Fractured Abstract Forms

December 1, 2014

The Prism studies were inspired by photographs that contained dominant gradations of color. The concept of these paintings were concentrated on  fractured abstract forms which represent dispersion of light. (To see more of the series click here)
Prism 1 – Acrylic on canvas, polyurethane, 8″x8″
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Prism 2 – Acrylic on canvas, polyurethane, 8″x8″
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Prism 5 – Acrylic on canvas, polyurethane, 8″x8″
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Prism 3 – Acrylic on canvas, polyurethane, 8″x8″
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Prism 6 – Acrylic on canvas, polyurethane, 8″x8″
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Prism 4 – Acrylic on canvas, polyurethane, 8″x8″
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