Steven LaRose said…
That is an interesting shift that goes on bottom left of center. The tangent of the pulled color meets the tangent of the "O" cluster. Tension insues. Space tries to generate. Interesting how the blue/white smear lifts off the canvas and folds the "O" cluster back. This is the first time, for me, that I can see the squeegee world pushing forward.

Do you have a name for your "O"s? I don't like calling them "O"s, its too hard to type, and unglamorous.

What if I called you The Human Lava Lamp?
don't have a name for the O's yet. You may call me the human lava lamp, kinda like that...