Covid Art 69: Releasing energy
When the structures of the silicon wafers became too confining, I poured gesso on heavy French Arches paper. The thick viscous gesso, black and grey, acted differently than paint: it stayed where it had dropped. I liked the richness of the color and its syrupy texture. Sometimes I played with color around it, as here. Looking at it today, two decades later, it inspires joy and gladness.