In elegant abstract terms, the artist has created a multi-layered triptych. Although the idea of the triptych has historical precedents that reach back to the late Middle Ages involving figures and storytelling, the fundamental concept of the form is about a flawless interrelationship of parts to the whole. In this work, each panel is uniform in scale and results from four overlapping layers. He shares: "Each panel has four layers. The forms are created from the same source of information, but different paths are taken for the end result. The steel cut layers are rotated and flipped. This action, the process, and the colors create dimension, and new relationships."
- Art form: 3-D
- Medium: painted and stainless steel
- Year created: 2014
- Height: 30.5 inches