“All the Possibilities of Filling In Ninths”  ca. 1975 oil + pencil on linen 60” x 144”  private collection  photo attributed to Vernon Pratt
       
     
 ’ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN EIGHTHS, DIAGONAL ORDER, MERGING’ (unrestored)  ca 1975-1978 pencil + ink on linen 60” x 50”  private collection  photo by William H. Dodge  This particular painting was once exhibited in the  North Carolina Museum of Art  (NCMA)
       
     
 ‘All the Possibilities of Black and White in 0-8 Coats’  ca. 1972-73 Oil + pencil on linen +/- 282” x 40”  photo attributed to Vernon Pratt  This particular painting is believed to be the very first painting (and genesis of) Vernon Pratt’s ‘All the Possibilities...’ series and is the truly the bridge/halfway point between his gradient work which uses a systematic color layering process and his more mathematical geometric work. See text document associated with the Gregg Museum Exhibit of ‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536) for more info.     THIS PAINTING IS AVAILABLE FOR MUSEUM DONATION (restoration needed)
       
     
 ‘FOUR EIGHTHS’  ca. 1988 acrylic + ink + airbrush on linen 84” x 132”  While technically titled ‘FOUR EIGHTHS’ this painting is a classic  example of Vernon’s ‘All the Possibilities...’ series as this painting  shows all the possible permutations of four into eight as depicted in  Pratt’s fractional format.   permanent collection of the  Asheville Art Museum   photo by William H. Dodge
       
     
 “All the Possibilities of Filling In Ninths”  ca. 1975 oil + pencil on linen 60” x 144”  private collection  photo attributed to Vernon Pratt
       
     

“All the Possibilities of Filling In Ninths”
ca. 1975
oil + pencil on linen
60” x 144”

private collection

photo attributed to Vernon Pratt

 ’ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN EIGHTHS, DIAGONAL ORDER, MERGING’ (unrestored)  ca 1975-1978 pencil + ink on linen 60” x 50”  private collection  photo by William H. Dodge  This particular painting was once exhibited in the  North Carolina Museum of Art  (NCMA)
       
     

’ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN EIGHTHS, DIAGONAL ORDER, MERGING’ (unrestored)
ca 1975-1978
pencil + ink on linen
60” x 50”

private collection

photo by William H. Dodge

This particular painting was once exhibited in the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA)

 ‘All the Possibilities of Black and White in 0-8 Coats’  ca. 1972-73 Oil + pencil on linen +/- 282” x 40”  photo attributed to Vernon Pratt  This particular painting is believed to be the very first painting (and genesis of) Vernon Pratt’s ‘All the Possibilities...’ series and is the truly the bridge/halfway point between his gradient work which uses a systematic color layering process and his more mathematical geometric work. See text document associated with the Gregg Museum Exhibit of ‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536) for more info.     THIS PAINTING IS AVAILABLE FOR MUSEUM DONATION (restoration needed)
       
     

‘All the Possibilities of Black and White in 0-8 Coats’
ca. 1972-73
Oil + pencil on linen
+/- 282” x 40”

photo attributed to Vernon Pratt

This particular painting is believed to be the very first painting (and genesis of) Vernon Pratt’s ‘All the Possibilities...’ series and is the truly the bridge/halfway point between his gradient work which uses a systematic color layering process and his more mathematical geometric work. See text document associated with the Gregg Museum Exhibit of ‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536) for more info.


THIS PAINTING IS AVAILABLE FOR MUSEUM DONATION (restoration needed)

 ‘FOUR EIGHTHS’  ca. 1988 acrylic + ink + airbrush on linen 84” x 132”  While technically titled ‘FOUR EIGHTHS’ this painting is a classic  example of Vernon’s ‘All the Possibilities...’ series as this painting  shows all the possible permutations of four into eight as depicted in  Pratt’s fractional format.   permanent collection of the  Asheville Art Museum   photo by William H. Dodge
       
     

‘FOUR EIGHTHS’
ca. 1988
acrylic + ink + airbrush on linen
84” x 132”

While technically titled ‘FOUR EIGHTHS’ this painting is a classic example of Vernon’s ‘All the Possibilities...’ series as this painting shows all the possible permutations of four into eight as depicted in Pratt’s fractional format.

permanent collection of the Asheville Art Museum

photo by William H. Dodge