|Turn right at the top of the stairs.|
|Shock of all shocks, you'll see a painting in the upstairs hall.|
Four Seasons is the second painting I've done made up of multiple units. The first was Out of the Closet, located in Gallery B, (basement). I like the concept of units. I like wall mounted geometry. Strong connectives are imperative. Four Seasons falls short, other than its title and a few lines and colors that do carry the eye from one painting to the next. I should have hung it in the studio for final finish, as I did Closet, but the subject needed to be rethought. I realized that somewhere during the painting of Fall. So, as good as the foursome look, they are not good enough for the main gallery on the first floor.Besides, those bare vertical walls, as high colored as they are, were just screaming for something to break the monotony--or was that me?