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Painting: Oil on Canvas.
"Why does the circle fascinate me? It is:
1. the most modest form, but asserts itself unconditionally,
2. a precise, but inexhaustible variable,
3. simultaneously stable and unstable,
4. simultaneously loud and soft,
5. a single tension that carries countless tensions within it.
The circle is the synthesis of the great oppositions. It combines the concentric and the eccentric in a single form, and in equilibrium of the three primary forms [triangle, circle, square], it points most clearly to the fourth dimension."
"Basic pattern of a poster in the form of the Japanese flag. The eye is attracted by the dark disc and has no way of escaping. It has to tear itself away. The space around the disc isolates the image from any other near-by forms."
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection