Tied to the landscape, in this case a built one called an art gallery.
Floor to ceiling.
Highlighter, marker, Bic-pen palette.
Romantic breaches. Wash and flow. Stop. Frankenthaler. Louis.
Other than landscape. Outlook. External view. Geometric emergence.
Viridian and violet.
The face (diptych). Held together by the wall.
Eyes filled with streaming color while a nose and mouth remain mute, unemotional.
Dyeing Easter eggs.
(Painting process can be a lot like... Occasionally, the results reinforce this point)
Quieter passages with whites.
Removal. Excavating and framing.
(Remnants become temporal records)