Seeing paintings like these in person is SO different than as jpegs. Honestly, I think I like them better as photographs. Not surprisingly, the colors appear brighter and more harmonious as a digital image. In person, the paintings are kind of ugly but not in that good way (cf. Magritte Vache paintings). Whatever the technological, representational conundrum, some details are better than others, particular as it pertains to color/form harmony (see detail shots within this post).
Note: I came to the work of Terry Winters about eight years ago, when I, at that time was making paintings that seemed to ask similar questions of computation. How far does one go? How many layers? Basically, how much?, a question of value to be sure. (If one digs deep enough on the internet, one may find my examples).