The AB series of 2012 references the name of my wife, Ashley Blythe, and is also a nod to "ABstract Resolutionism", a theory I founded to address higher quality resolution of modern abstract works.
This series was inspired by my daily sights while being a resident in Livermore, Colorado. This small community happens to exist in the Roosevelt National Forest.
The 7th in the series is only shown as a digital composition, because the High Park Fire of 2012 devastated our land and home in a total loss.
Except for AB-7, I was able to save the other works on my trailer with moving blankets. They all now are in happy homes where they're seen every day.