The paintings are organized over a timeline, categorized according
to shifts in interest. This goes back to 1969 when, after studying
John Cage's notion that "music is organized sound" translates well I
think into, "painting is organized color." Another satisfying idea for
me is Joseph Campbell's statement, "We don't seek meaning, we
crave depth experience of reality." An encounter with a painting
can be just such an experience.
about choosing, moment to moment, between joy and fear.
Eckhardt Tolle puts it in other words - escaping egoic mind chatter
into presence, the eternal NOW.