And so radiating forms persist even in two dimension, even as surface facture seems to disrupt these large works on paper, works that are mean to conjure the dimensions of daily living spaces. For me, these works simultaneously involve advancing/receding space, quickly to be sure, bit like a punch in the nose, a body part that can only be seen through reflection or fabrication. Obviously, our own face in general is such a place. With some of the works that have come between these and earlier paintings, it's not that difficult to think about parts of the face, especially as recent positions have illustrated as much. Sometimes I wonder if abstraction is always searching for what a face looks like, certainly a sur-face and what may lie just beyond either side.
See here for some other possibilities.
I probably should have taken better care of the inventory I include here, but, as you can see from the following list, there are only slight variations across the body of work, all 50.