This work is part of the series titled Sonnet Paintings where unrecognizable shapes, forms and textures hauntingly allude to the world of nature and recognizable things.
The painting process results in vibrant colors and almost photorealistic details within the shapes. Though the image is unrepresentative of anything in particular, the hyper attention to detail suggests that it might be an enlarged photograph, perhaps of some microscopic worm, a hair, or maybe a plastic straw. Such details are intended to challenge the viewer, to inspire the viewer to ask questions about why it is so important to use language to describe the content of a work of art.

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