I like! And most cubist art looks a little tipsy, anyway. Or as if you
were viewing it through a prism. I remember a painting (print,
actually) by Feininger that my father had -- one that made me feel as
if I was standing at about a 40 degree angle every time I looked at
it. The subject was a church with spires, very angular ... and I liked
the use of color a lot, and the 'seen through a prism' quality, but
the vertiginous feeling was a bit sick-making.
Your cubism is easier on the visceral response.
>Can you tell I had fun making these? Black and grass green with ruby
>gold cased stringer and lime green - all funky diamonds, rectangles, 2
>rounds, barely a decent cube amidst them ;-D
>Susan in Canada