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Light . 16x20 . 2005

Sunday, August 06, 2006



This is still one of my favorites. Experimenting with brightness. I like thinking about what the universe would look like if you could see everything at the same time, no matter what each part's distance from each other was. Layers on top of layers. How does God see the universe?

This was originally my second painting ever, but I never officially completed it, and didn't like how it looked. I saved it, waiting for inspiration that finally came. Colin about had a heart attack when I started painting over it. I liked some of it, so I based the final painting off the work I was happy with. Much of the right side of the piece is kept from it's original state.

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