During the 1960’s and 1970’s my work was motivated by the notion that I could make art that was pictorial without using paint on canvas. That early work consisted of environmental art works utilizing space, powerful lights, mirrors, shadows and reflections. Soon afterward, however, I realized that I could make a similar statement by replacing the reflected light and shadow images with paint applied directly on the walls in large flat and glossy panels of color and black and white. These works have been exhibited at, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, PSI in New York, the Biennial Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of Art and the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, just to name a few.
More recently, my work has been abstract paintings that have the same perceptual quality as my early installations of light and space.
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