Earlier work finds a place to rest.

Over the past few weeks the painting studio has been torn up and redone. Everything is now pristine and it’s ready to get messed up again.

With the place stripped down it was easy to see that the back corner would be a perfect place to store some of my earlier work.

Early work in the paintings studio

I find it interesting that over the years the subject matter may have changed but the palette has remained the same. There is over 30 years represented here and they all work together.

After a time away from work I’m anxious to get into the studio and finish “Sheffield #6 “.

Then there is a new series waiting in the wings.

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  1. Beautiful work, Ed .My art philosphy: First an abstract point, the third point is a triangle which is the first shape in creation. The equilateral triangle rotates infinitely to create the circle. The basic geometric shapes strip sentimentality out, energizing the work of art.

    • Thanks for the comment Jeff. I have always worked with the triangle as my basic form . For me it has been intuitive but your definition pins it all down. I accept that completely.

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