of Fibonacci's series are:
0,1,1, 2, 3, 5, 8, (5+8=) 13, (8+13=) 21, (13+21=) 34, etc…
In these serial compositions, the used terms are 3, 5, 8,
of the canvasses are divided following a combination of these
numbers. The rhythm is given by such a division, the surface
of each rectangle expressing the temporal expansion of the
is therefore scanned as a musical score. The rectangles are
numbered in lines, from left to right and from top to bottom.
A return to go at the end of the last line brings back to
the first line.
of four colours indicates the composition's scale, each one
being associated to one of the number of the series:
colour : number 3
Third colour : number 5
Fifth colour : number 8
Seventh colour : number 13
colour is placed from rectangle 3, every 3 rectangle. At the
end of the last line, a return to go allows the process continuation
till falling on one of the original rectangles i.e. number
3, 5, 8 or 13. Thus do those keep memory of their proper color
or note, arpeggio of the chosen scale.
process is performed with the third colour from rectangle
5, every 5 rectangle, followed similarly with the fifth colour
from rectangle 8 every 8 rectangle, and the seventh colour
from the rectangle 13 every 13 rectangle.
of a choice of colours: the rainbow scale:
Third colour : yellow
Fifth colour : green
Seventh colour : blue
the painting, the colours are superposed.
Every 15 rectangles, the third colour falls on the fundamental
colour. Every 24 rectangles the fifth falls on the fundamental
these three colours are placed, the rectangles which remain
virgin are painted with a colour named resolution colour.
This colour is obtained by the following mixture:
1/5 third colour
1/8 fifth colour
1/13 seventh colour
colour represents musical rest.
permutations within the scale permit series of paintings exploring
the same motif. So is the series named "".
The series of musical canvasses "" are painted in a colour scale corresponding in a
subjective fashion to the honored musician.