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Rubik’s Keyboard

I was never much good at completing any Rubik’s cube in any amount of time; I imagine there are whiz kids on this planet who can, in under 30 seconds, twist and turn all this 9 octave keyboard onto a single facing.

This painting was done in a period where I was beginning to master the technique of using masking tape to create straight lines and tight edges. It is a slow method of painting which results in the highly defined graphic effects I was seeking at this time.

At this point I think I’ll stick to playing and painting keyboards, leaving the Rubik’s cubes to the math whizzes of the world.

acrylic on canvas  16 x 16

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