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I find the painting Staccato’s 1 to be another inspirational piece, as it deftly intermixes a rainbow of hues without dissolving into chaos or unmitigated garishness. There is a gorgeous rhythm of small clipped pieces floating at what seem to be three levels of space in the painting. While the color doesn’t appear to be strictly organized atmospherically so that cooler hues fall back, I do detect varying and receding levels of chromatic intensity. The deepest red and purest yellow brushstrokes pop off the surface of the work, forming a visual hierarchy. I’ve admired your other encaustics before, but most exhibit at least a very basic framework of figure-ground relationships within a limited range of tinted color, whereas this image takes on the picture plane with a full creative and tactile force. As the pieces were uploaded on the same date, it’s impossible to tell if it’s chronologically distanced from the other paintings. Either way, I do hope you continue to post more work on the site.
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