This image was taken on 6 November. Gray with Blue, Green, and was still in progress. It would take until the end of the month to finish.
Gray with Blue, Green, and is similar to the painting completed before this, Gray with Red and Blue. I continue to explore how patterns created in the original color-palette paintings are transformed when cut into triangles and re-formed onto a grid.
taken around mid-January. If you go to the previous post you will be able to see how the painting has progressed.
The flow of each painting is somewhat determined by where the painting is begun. Here I started at the center and am working out . The palette-triangles for Nocturne at One are non-directional, so this too will influence the directional flow of the painting.
Thinking more about stripes. Blue with Stripes and Blue/Green with Stripes -- stripes used in these two paintings are like pinstripes on a man's suit, primarily a masculine symbol. On the other hand, the color and the application of the palette-triangles can be seen as feminine. Color/strip paintings are the confluence of masculine and feminine.