Color is a beautiful science with theories inviting us to challenge perception in painting. Color and Light formulas that built style and history. My formal introduction to Color was with Guggenheim fellow instructor James Sullivan, 1971, Bard College. There I began to understand how it worked, in seeing it, in interpreting it with paint. Another painter influential in that same vein, but introducing ideas of texture, was Ellen Banks, at SMFA Boston, circa 1976-79. I was able to gain facility and vision with their input and engagement. Earlier works hand-done (images coming soon) and digital paintings.