Acrylic latex paint on canvas, 30″ x 40″, 2017. As with all RGB and Sometimes Y pieces, the color sequence of this image was generated by a real-time search for the color labels “red”, “green”, “blue”, and “yellow” over Twitter’s public timeline. Green and yellow are normally the least common colors to appear, which makes this palette particularly unique. It …
Acrylic latex paint on canvas, 30″ x 40″, 2017.
RGB and Sometimes Y, Vehicular Wayfinding Sign. Printed signage installed in downtown Houston, 2016. Design mockup above / alternate view photo below:
RGB Landscape No. 8, acrylic enamel on wood panel, 18″ x 24″, 2015. RGB Landscape No. 9, acrylic enamel on canvas, 24″ x 30″, 2015. RGB Landscape No. 10, acrylic enamel on canvas, 12″ x 16″, 2015.
Acrylic enamel on wood, 35″h x 14″w 17½”d, 2014. Floor detail, with RGB and Sometimes Y, Sudoku Series Sculpture No. 1 in the background.
You Can Google That, You Know. An RGB and Sometimes Y Installation of Reference Books. Books wrapped in duct tape, 2012. You Can Google That, You Know, shown on display in the Closet Box at Box 13 Artspace in September of 2012.
Found Styrofoam Packing, Colored Duct Tape, 2012. RGB and Sometimes Y: Packing Object No. 1 RGB and Sometimes Y: Packing Object No. 2 RGB and Sometimes Y: Packing Object No. 3 RGB and Sometimes Y: Packing Objects (All Three)