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Acrylic on board

18 x13

Strip wooden frame

$150

"........planes of color placed on planes of color with the under planes projecting like steps leading up to the crescendo." PRM 1966
 

Acrylic on composition board

23 x 14

No frame

$100

The distinct contrast between a advancing solid and transparent receding surfaces-see quality of the universality of space and time. To give this picture coherence, units must be organized each in relation to a background.
 

Acrylic on canvas board

22 x 16

No frame

Sides painted

$200

" Paint linear movements over color masses. But some spaces between lines become lighter or darker due to adsorption effect of lines passing on both sides. This is a way to produce depth movements and also to unite that linear and tonal elements." PRM 1947

 

Acrylic on canvas board

18 x 12

Strip wooden frame

$150

"Why do I want to paint?........Just simply, that something may help you and me find a closer relationship to the cosmos.....to the apparently unlimited and therefore unknown universe." PRM 1976
 

Acrylic on canvas board

54 x 57

Strip wooden frame

$750

"Keep moving! History reminds us that discoveries of the easy, skillful methods when repeated often become a dull bore. An artist's experiences (just like any living thing) must constantly adjust to the unknown." PRM

 

Acrylic on canvas

58 x 36

Strip wooden frame

$450

"There must be a necessity to generate invention. Look at the past examples of dull academic art and be wary of the skillful manipulation of surface reality being accomplished by skillful use of photography, instead of direct contact with the subject. Actual contact is more likely to discover the inner rhythms which can overwhelm our senses instead of merely tickling our intellectual egos. How often has the critics exclaimed 'My! Such detail; such perspective'". PRM
 

Acrylic on canvas

46 x 33"

No frame

$900

"Good color is not that which makes you aware of its brightness so much as that it gives a dynamic sense of growing, expanding, breathing...........as a thing alive." PRM 1970
 

Acrylic on canvas

66 x 37

No frame, edges painted

$1500

"Painting is rising a flat surface to project sensations or material truth reality (which is best done by simplifying the surface and shape together with brightened texture) and sensations of volume and time-space (which is done by alternating transparent volumes with the surface texture areas. Lines are used for the latter---advancing lines surrounding receding areas." PRM 1946
 

Acrylic on canvas

Aproximately the size of the paintings above

No frame

$1500

"My compositional procedure. I start with a blank-search for potent visual impressions by drawing forms either in line or by masses. These are expanded in two intensified relationships by repetitions, by visual surprises and by achieving a dominating rhythm in all the visual elements. The result should be a new created force which invokes the spirit of the impressions contained in the first visual forms placed on the canvas. Note. A completely plastic flexible medium is desired." PRM
 

Acrylic on canvas

30" x 28"

Wooden Strip Frame

$400

The distinct contrast between a advancing solid and transparent receding surfaces-see quality of the universality of space and time. To give this picture coherence, units must be organized each in relation to a background.
 

Acrylic on canvas

42 x 36

Strip wooden frame

$650

The picture may be started with the dominant linear movements to break up the rectangle into related areas of meaning and space. This stage is followed by introduction of tones to further related areas and to start the foreword and backward relationships. Color is incorporated with the use of tones. Finally meaning is clarified and the solid and open areas are established with textures, lines and color.
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Acrylic on canvas

40" x 24"

Strip wooden frame

$550

"… Planes of color placed on planes of color with the undue planes projecting like steps leading up to the crescendo."

PRM 1966

    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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