Tony's work not always a geometric array. Often he uses objects which defy such a tight organization of form. In this case he arranged the composite upon the mantelpiece.
In this one the individual panels are not of the same place. The top set of three are in the white quartzite La Closhe Range of ancient volcanic mountains. The three painted panels on the bottom are in the more common pink volcanic granite from all over central Ontario.
I am doing the same thing as before, mapping the above jpeg and linking it to details. The difference is the light. It was later in the day, the sun was fully out, and I was photographing into it pouring in through curtains.
The way in which light plays on paintings I call "life"... meaning that in different light, at different times of day, paintings change. The changes cannot be recorded with one photograph. I am simply using the reproductions directly out off the SD camera memory. This simply, often overlooked fact, will become immediately obvious to you.
If you are interested in Tony's work and in sketching outdoors you should like the Flash documentary I wrote. You will need a Flash Player (your computer browser probably had one when you got it) and speakers (it has sound and music by Robin Fisher).