For over twenty-five years I have explored color relationships in fiber, non-traditional quilts structurally based on a predetermined set of rules instead of a standard block repeat. I have transitioned into painting using a black under coat, which creates an opaque surface, much like fiber. These new images are determined by landscapes and seasonal change. The slight shift in a winter sky or light on the spring fields affects the interfacing of analogous colors. It is the “playing” with these relationships that intrigues me. A rhythmical, analytical pattern provides a vehicle to evaluate such interactions.