A Brooklyn painting from the "late day" series. The grid is more apparent in this one. Though it has a couple vehicles and two "figures" not including the dog, it's also quite abstract at the same time. A 9x12 oil on panel.
In my reading about John Keats, I've encountered his "negative capability." It sounds like something one wouldn't want to admit to, but it's quite positive, a term meaning a sympathetic openness to the world based on particulars and concreteness. It's appealing to this painter.