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  “Before I begin to paint, I may spend months devising a composition that
correctly balances proportion and scale, creating a scaffolding for the liberating force of color and light that is at the heart of his work. The modest symmetry of
my paintings is based on ideas of sacred geometry shared across many different cultures and faiths. Using such geometry, artists or architects assign symbolic or spiritual meaning to certain geometric shapes and proportions. For me, geometry is the universal truth beneath the continual radiant pulsation of color and light, and one with which he can evoke the essence of spirituality in his paintings.”
courtesy of the Brattelboro
useum M

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