Untitled No.105

The third painting from my 16th (and most recent) series of abstracts.
The colour scheme for this painting is relatively simple, consisiting of red and yellow on a black and white background.
However, this simplicity is deceptive, as not only are there various shades of the foreground colours, but those variations are integral to the whole piece. The degradations from bright to dark red, for example, give an important tonal variety, as well as motion, suggesting that the reds are brightening as they approach the top of the picture.
This variation is also evident in the yellow grid-like sections, as selected parts are highlighted in pale yellow to give a pulsating effect.
There is also a great sense of depth, with selected areas set at different levels in the background, all of which adds up to a personal favourite of my own work.

Series 16/Painting 3 (2014) Acrylic on Canvas 24” x 30”
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Untitled No.105

Untitled No.105

The third painting from my 16th (and most recent) series of abstracts.
The colour scheme for this painting is relatively simple, consisiting of red and yellow on a black and white background.
However, this simplicity is deceptive, as not only are there various shades of the foreground colours, but those variations are integral to the whole piece. The degradations from bright to dark red, for example, give an important tonal variety, as well as motion, suggesting that the reds are brightening as they approach the top of the picture.
This variation is also evident in the yellow grid-like sections, as selected parts are highlighted in pale yellow to give a pulsating effect.
There is also a great sense of depth, with selected areas set at different levels in the background, all of which adds up to a personal favourite of my own work.

Series 16/Painting 3 (2014) Acrylic on Canvas 24” x 30”
Ref:
Date:
Location:
Photographer: