Another exhibit I saw at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art was a show of works by George Dunbar. Many of his pieces have geometric patterns involving gold leaf. However, I was surprised to see works that were more expressive than the controlled patterns. One piece I saw had large overlapping rock shapes.
acrylic on canvas, 5" x 5"
My process took a different direction this time. Sticking with my four square format, I chose four colors based on the exhibit. From there, I created an overlapping pattern of dots in each square that formed arcs. Lastly, I chose muted colors to paint the remaining portions of the squares. The result is my own tangent.