The Lil' Flappers series of 2015 focuses on questioning the square/rectangular format of traditional painting.
Although the basic canvas substrates are still created of right angles, the unrefined corners and extra fabric are used to restructure the square.
In some cases the flaps feel like ears, or insignia, while on other pieces the excess material becomes a panel, or perhaps a new field of view.
The visual dialog of each work may include landscape elements combined with Mayan calendar symbols, and gestural automatic mark making.
A couple of them also have elements of fabric collage, or a mounted appendage. (This feature goes back to the mid 1990's in my work.)