Work on this painting stretched over five months, from November 2015 to April 2016.

I know this because for the first time I got methodical about the cell-phone photos I habitually take at the end of the day. This time I set up a tripod and hit the shutter every time I remembered it, sometimes with a timed delay. In the end I had taken 1,235 photos, enough to put together an entertaining time-lapse instant replay of the process:

Even to me, that seems like a lot of circles.

Here are a few of them close-up:

Detail photo of the surface of “Sightline”

Photos of the finished painting installed at Blank Space Gallery in NYC:

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