Sequence Painting

Create a sequence of five 8×8 paintings. Over the course of your sequence the compositions must make shifts in both color (hue and value) and form, have at least one panel that implies transparency, and must make a transition between geometric and organic forms. The shifts in form should be dramatic and logical, such that each panel is necessary for the success of the overall sequence so much so, that if you were to compare the first and last panels you would not believe them to be related.

First Rough Draft:
All forms should be penciled in on all panels, and painting should be in progress on at least 1 – 2 panels. The idea should be communicated fully.

Second Rough Draft:
Should be a complete pass at the entire sequence, affording you a chance to collect feedback and make refinements before the final deadline.