2011-2013 platonic solids and other geometrics
These paintings were generally inspired by ideas of sacred geometry, and specifically by Plato's hypothesis in his dialogue "Timaeus", where he outlines how the classical elements were made of these regular solids.
For reference, among other books, I read Mario Livio's THE GOLDEN RATIO, and was most attracted to his discussion of the five Platonic solids. They are described as the tetrahedron, which has four triangular faces, the cube, with six square faces, the octahedron, with eight triangular faces, the dodecahedron, with twelve pentagonal faces, and the icosahedron, with twenty triangular faces.
In my portfolio, you will see variations on the Platonic solids, other geometric shapes, and my interpretations of mathematical principles. And perhaps obviously, I paint it all using techniques of contemporary abstraction.