SOUND OF COLOR
At the end of each day of painting there is inevitably some unused paint left on my palette. Because it seems wasteful to discard perfectly good paint, I save it for another purpose. Thus, in 2007 began a series of impasto paintings. Each painting creates a historical record of the color palette used in my paintings for a distinct time period. A palette knife is employed to systematically or randomly apply dollops of the paint on canvas, wood panel or mat board. This is done day by day over a series of months or years until the surface is filled. The end result is a vey textural array of color.