Disintegrating Heads

"Here, I’m getting into abstracting the head and thinking now about cubism and primitive art, I'm coming in and trying to have the background, instead of surrounding the figure, break into the figure and fragment it. I’m very into fragments at this time. The figures are very realistic but, at the same time, they are very abstract.”

Cubist

Untitled, 1985
Untitled, 1985

oil, watercolor on paper. 22.5" x 15"

Untitled. 1985
Untitled. 1985

oil, paper, plaster, watercolor on board, 19.75" x 15"

Study: Untitled, 1985
Study: Untitled, 1985

acrylic, charcoal on paper, 15" x 11.25"

Untitled, 1985
Untitled, 1985

oil, watercolor on paper. 22.5" x 15"

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Red

Red, 1986-1987
Red, 1986-1987

mixed media, 60" x 264"

Red 1, 1986-1987
Red 1, 1986-1987

oil on panel, 60.25" x 48"

Structural Study: Red, 1986
Structural Study: Red, 1986

acrylic, ink on paper, 22.5" x 17.5"

Red, 1986-1987
Red, 1986-1987

mixed media, 60" x 264"

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Abstract

Untitled, 1985
Untitled, 1985

enamel, oil on panel, 30.75" x 24.5"

Untitled, 1985
Untitled, 1985

enamel, oil on panel, 30.75" x 24.5"

Study: Untitled (#18), 1986
Study: Untitled (#18), 1986

acrylic, charcoal, oil on paper, 22.5" x 15"

Untitled, 1985
Untitled, 1985

enamel, oil on panel, 30.75" x 24.5"

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