Skull is an example of a mode of working where the painting is executed on a surface comprised of a group of smaller blocks of foam. In this case 120 sections measuring 4 x 5 x 2 in. each. After subjecting the painting to my process of melting the polystyrene ground, the piece is to be sold off piece by piece until all of it is gone. A map has been made plotting where each numbered section of the painting falls within the whole. This enables those who posses one or more of the sections, to install their portion(s) in the same position they held in the original configuration. The disintegration of the primary painting into the individual components is a means to further abstract the gestural image of the skull. The specific sections people choose not only stand on their own as non-representational fragments, but also offer them the opportunity to re-configure and alter the original composition as they see fit.