Within a classical Vega, 8 levels of boundaries do form spinning squares in each field. This opens the possibility to superimpose different glissandos – Within the field, and field to field. A wide range of colours (yellow over green to turquoise, yellow to pink, turquoise over bluish to purple) do underline the psychedelic character. Theoreticaly this should look just gaudy, but by the geometrical separation, the colours somehow do match their neighbouring colours and still form a harmony.
Another attempt to obliterate the boundaries between abstract art and performing arts. Geometrical it’s just a spherical cap in a segment of a hollow sphere. But with the colours of a sunset, it does create the illusion of the sun and the firmament. Judge for yourself. Is this abstract or performing?
While the red Ufo connects the colours red with green, the blue Ufo connects the colours blue with green. So, as a series red is connected with blue (the long way over green – not via purple). In the backgrounds, different dominations of green do form, what I call a two dimensional glissando. (Top row and bottom row is the same colour, but each column does find its own variation of how to blend these colours, underlining the geometry of the foreground.) While the conical (top) part uses boundaries, the round (bottom) part uses a high resolution of cells, interrupted by a pattern of brighter colours, reminding of the position lines from an alien Star ship. (The boundaries in the conical part could be windows.)
My mother-in-law loves to play Bridge. The Bridge-Series does form the colours of a deck of cards, hearts, diamonds, spade and Clubs. The Vega-style Foreground does repeat these colours in the Boundaries; the discreet Vonal style background draws the attention to the theme.