Challenged to produce a painting in an upcoming show to feature works of art in only Black & White, I developed this piece by initially using the same basic sketch idea running across both the top and the bottom of the canvas, but flipped and in reverse around the horizontal midpoint. “Post Tenebras Lux” means “After Darkness, Light”. This was a great exercise, demanding much artistic discipline to use only black and white while thinking about them as colors in relationship to each other yet preserving the initial sketch concept. The original of “Post Tenebras Lux” was recently sold, however prints are available. I had previously painted a similar piece that is entitled ‘Flip’ (see below) and is also privately owned.
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