Carol Taylor - Dispersion
Pittsford, New York, USA

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The dictionery defines "dispersion" as the separation of white or compound light into its respective colors as in the formation of a full spectrum by a prism. This piece portrays this same dissemination of small, medium, and large "confetti" particles radiating in all direction.

With the three columns juxtaposed to prove that opposites attract, the values in the middle mix both horizontally and vertically scattering their light in all directions. The circular quilting further defines the dispersion idea.