Posts Tagged ‘geometric abstraction’
Six Hexagons is literally that, six hexagonal canvases. Each one is identical: painted with stripes forming two triangles and two parallelograms. It is difficult not to read them as open boxes.
The canvases can be organises in any configuration, Here they create an absent hexagonal centre. In view one, each canvas is positioned in the same way, whereas in view two some are rotated in relation to the others.
Currently on show at Generator.
In a recent interview I said I was unaware of planning or making preparatory studies, because new paintings spring directly from previous ones. As if to prove myself wrong, here I am making a preliminary sketch for an upcoming painting.
…Suddenly I am quite consciously doing PDSA (Plan Do Study Act).