This painting is called Full Figure (previously named Force Form), completed in 2011. It's made of paper and acrylic on board and the measurements are 32" x 40". It is one of my favorite paintings because of its figurative motif and warm, rounded form. The placement of the cut paper pieces was intuitive; I recall using a right/wrong, non-analytical process to make decisions and operated without a visual goal in mind other than finding the painting through trial and error. The other day, as I was scrolling through the Art page on this website and, alternately, walking around my house, it occured to me that this painting was not represented. I went through all of my art photo file. No image of it existed. I scrolled through six years of photos on the computer - nothing. I've sat next to this painting nearly every day of the last six years. How could I have missed it? How could I have never taken it off the wall to photograph? I have no answers - no defense. Surely, this painting was hiding in plain sight and a quiet part of my consciousness kept it out of the lineup and, as a result, kept it at home where I need it to help remind me how to paint.