I created my Modular Series: Arrangements in Space to encourage the viewer to become involved directly in the spatial arrangement of my art. I did this by designing multi-panel geometric paintings that can be assembled in a variety of ways. These panels can be added, removed, turned upside down, stacked, and viewed either horizontally or vertically. Shapes and colors within the panels are deliberately limited, allowing the repetition of a few simple elements to interact with each other. Due to their modular composition, the panels can accommodate a variety of spaces and can vary in length from 2 to 10 feet and more.

The composition of a modular painting is not predetermined. It is an arrangement of panels on a wall. Since the design is open-ended, the viewer can share in making the final arrangement. To help viewers create their own combinations, I made three-inch templates of each painting. Viewers can easily “play” with different designs before arriving at the final arrangement.

(Click on an image to enlarge it. Dimensions are vertical by horizontal.)


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