The idea behind Cloud is an abstraction of the vast sky landscape. The artwork offers a mulit-layeredexperience investigating the relationship of how shapes/ planes interact within a space. The abstractedgeometry is a study in the ever-changing conditions of the sky.
Simple geometry principles explore the relationship of point, line and the properties of planes inparticular their surfaces. It also takes into consideration the planes consequences of how they arecomposed /placed in a space adjacent curved or straight edges.
The image breaks down the boundaries of realism into abstraction, leaving space between planesempty, allowing the viewer to contemplate and define the composition of negative and positive spaces.
Cloud employs tones of blue familiar to all when you observe the sky this attracts the audience tobecome immersed in the abstraction of the sky, whilst exploring the never-ending composition.