It's a funny feeling when you see past work being recycled through a current lens. I made a body of work in the early 1990's for a show at Linda Farris Gallery and made a wall of paintings with no particular set of rules other than relating on an abstract plane in my mind. They filled a wall in her gallery in a fluid way, for a group show. In all, there were 20 works, hung salon style. Some went in groups of 2, some in groups of 5, or you could purchase any one if you wanted. I hadn't thought of the works in quite sometime until yesterday when I saw that some were in a new gallery here in Seattle called artREsource. This is a new space put together by Greg Kucera who also has his own, very well known, gallery. I know who owned these works before, and I have no bad feelings about them being placed back into the world again. It just reminds me of having a dream years ago, a very visual dream, and then seeing it again, played differently, but still the same dream.