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PASSING THROUGH (diptych)  36x56"
PASSING THROUGH (diptych) 36x56"
PASSING THROUGH (diptych)  36x56"
PASSING THROUGH (diptych) 36x56" Side view
BLACKJACK  (Diptych)  30X56"
BLACKJACK (Diptych) 30X56"
DISSOLVING INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT  (Ditych)  2 x 16x20"
DISSOLVING INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT (Ditych) 2 x 16x20"
DISSOLVING INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT  (Ditych)  2 x 16x20"
DISSOLVING INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT (Ditych) 2 x 16x20" Side view
COUNT TO TEN 36X36" (Acrylic on wood panel, white frame, triptych)
COUNT TO TEN 36X36" (Acrylic on wood panel, white frame, triptych)
GO FOR IT 36X36" (Acrylic on wood panel, white frame, triptych)
GO FOR IT 36X36" (Acrylic on wood panel, white frame, triptych)
DECISION TIME 36X36" (Acrylic on wood panel, white frame triptych)
DECISION TIME 36X36" (Acrylic on wood panel, white frame triptych)
TAKING CONTROL 36X36  X3
TAKING CONTROL 36X36 X3 I prefer these staying as a triptych but will consider splitting them up.
THAT IMAGINARY LINE IN THE SAND 36X56"  (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych)
THAT IMAGINARY LINE IN THE SAND 36X56" (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych) Vertical
THAT IMAGINARY LINE IN THE SAND 36X56"  (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych)
THAT IMAGINARY LINE IN THE SAND 36X56" (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych)
THAT IMAGINARY LINE IN THE SAND 36X56"  (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych)
THAT IMAGINARY LINE IN THE SAND 36X56" (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych) Horizontal
FEELING SLEEPY  36X56"  (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych)
FEELING SLEEPY 36X56" (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych) Side view
FEELING SLEEPY  36X56"  (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych)
FEELING SLEEPY 36X56" (Acrylic on wood panel, Diptych)
THE LEAP
THE LEAP
THE FALL 30X30"
THE FALL 30X30"
RIP ENTRY  30X30"
RIP ENTRY 30X30"
DIVING INTO THE POOL IN MY RED BATHING SUIT (Triptych each 30x30" on wood panel)
DIVING INTO THE POOL IN MY RED BATHING SUIT (Triptych each 30x30" on wood panel)

GEOMETRICS

My newest works!   All of my new colour block geometrics have an idea or theme behind them. 

I want to go beyond just the colours.  As well, most of these will be either diptychs or triptychs.

They are done on wood panels.

ANDREW STELMACK