As the crow flies viii

five squares

When I realized that I was getting sick today (which explains why my painting has been crappy for a couple of days) I had a choice: Either stop painting for a while and go home and watch a movie, or use the down time to prepare for the future. So I got down to gessoing the canvas I stretched yesterday and those panels I had cut a week or two ago. I got five done with what remained in the can, then really had enough and went home.

I’m thinking that the five panels can be arranged in a pattern that uses 1.62 as the construction of the painting that goes on them, but that each panel relates to each other.

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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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