<h2>Perplexed</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 40x 55</p>
<h2>August</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 25 1/2 x 34 1/2</p>
<h2>Facade</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 40×50</p>
<h2>Purple</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 30×40</p>
<h2>Pink Twist</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 40×48</p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Pen & ink on paper 17x 14  </p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Pen & Ink on paper 17×14  </p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Pen & Ink, Acrylic on paper 17×14  </p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Pen & Ink Acrylic on paper 17x 14  </p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Pen & Ink on paper 17x 14  </p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30</p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 24 x 21</p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 40 x 36</p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 48 x 40</p>
<h2>Untitled</h2><p>Acrylic on canvas 24x 24</p>
Drawing and colour are not separate at all; in so far as you paint, you draw.
The more the colour harmonizes, the more exact the drawing becomes.
--Paul Cezanne