By cutting two boards into an 'X', beveling the edges and swaping opposite pairs, I have made a piece that projects off the wall, and contains the inverse pieces of the other.  This structure is the basis for the series.  I am exploring how far one can push the artifice of paint and glitter in combination with a raw quality of wood or paint.   

Inverse
Melinda Rosenberg Inverse silver spray paint, glitter on painted ply and ribbed pine
Inverse 4,2,3,1,
2019
silver spray paint, glitter on painted ply and ribbed pine
41x5.5x2"

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse paint on pine and barn siding
Inverse 18
2019
paint on pine and barn siding
11x72x3"

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse glitter and paint on ribbed pine and barn siding
Inverse 16
2019
glitter and paint on ribbed pine and barn siding
11x72x3"

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse paint on pine and barn wood
Inverse 12
2019
paint on pine and barn wood
68x8.25x2"

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse paint on pine and barn wood
Inverse 12, detail
2019
paint on pine and barn wood
68x8.25x2

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse silver spray paint on painted ply and found wood
Inverse 9 & 8
2019
silver spray paint on painted ply and found wood
41x5.5x2"

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse silver spray paint on painted ply, ribbed pine, and maple
Inverse 7 & 6
2019
silver spray paint on painted ply, ribbed pine, and maple
41x5.5x2

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse paint on pine and barn wood
Inverse 10
2019
paint on pine and barn wood
8.25x66x2

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse silver spray paint on barn wood
Inverse 11
2019
silver spray paint on barn wood
8.25x71x2"

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse paint on pine and ambrosia maple
Inverse 13
2019
paint on pine and ambrosia maple
74x8.25x2"

Melinda Rosenberg Inverse paint on pine and ambrosia maple
Inverse 14
2019
paint on pine and ambrosia maple
8.25x67x2