The visual twists and turns that a color makes as it interacts with another color holds an immense appeal for me. Pale lavender makes blue grey green shine; cobalt glows around naples yellow; cadmium red sings next to red ocher. I employ house shapes as scaffolding for playing with color. Lately I've been intrigued by how repeating similar color relationships 6, 12, 20 times changes how color is seen. I love using repeats to make color syncopate, jump and dance. I work with unmixed flashe pigments on linen, canvas and wood. 
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