When I delivered the seven little Bokushos to my NOLA gallery, I tried to explain what they were all about and how they came to be. I was asked to write it down so she could be better informed. I couldn't just write a few words, so I made a page which can be printed out on one sheet which explains the small, unlinked images.
Abstract painting is often a mystery to many, and I've learned that some really do want to know more about the process. Usually, I mumble something using a few keywords and add a shrug. It's not an easy genre to explain! In this case I happened to be able to trace it step by step from inspiration, through fumbling around, and finally the realization of a finished product. I don't know if it adds anything to the appreciation of the works, but it's a bit like tracing ones genealogy... it might amount to 'so what?', or an enthusiastic 'is that so?'