This is a collection of abstract and non-objective paintings. The technique involves staining the canvas with many layers of color letting the movement of the liquid pigment identify shapes and forms as they evolve naturally. Sometimes as many as 30 layers of color are applied to get a sense of depth, richness, and vibrancy. Due to the large size of the canvas when one views these works peripheral vision is taken up with the painting. This draws the viewer beyond the surface and into the painted action itself.