Relying heavily on texture formed through a distinct drying process that allows the acrylic to dry at different time intervals—restricting air exposure while gravity pulls the paint slowly under a sheet of plastic. The paint is shaken then poured down between the canvas and plastic, pockets of air form then bubble up leaving various sized holes, ripples, creases, and variations of sheen.
A square abstract canvas composed mainly in dark grey tones, slightly framed with a black wash, uses texture to tell the story. A cadmium red and yellow swirled pill-like shape, perhaps a party hat or circus fare, falls into frame from the upper left. As though grabbed by an alluded green projection below, or upside turned over, or another way round. Enveloping ripples of paint emerge from sharper seas of leather.