Obviously, color and geometry are an integral part of the series Geometry and Color. These images are created through an exploration of place and waiting for the critical moment, when the elements combine naturally. All images except one includes one figure creating a sense of isolation. Unknowingly, the people are interacting with the environment and these interactions are the most captivating part of this series. For instance, Orange is the New Black, the painter seems about to be consumed by the paint itself. In another instance, Geometry of Waiting, the cluster of black chairs breaks up the geometrics of the floor. In Lost in Blue, the red shirted figures are submerged in blue paint from wall to floor. Similarly, Geometry of Swimming in which the culmination of blues in different shades and shapes is hypnotizing and is slightly contrasted by the orange ball. With Hinomaru or Geometry of Dreaming, the figure feels small (not only in size but as a human being) compared to the giant red dot on the wall. The colors interact beautifully together whether contrasted or close together on the color wheel. The perspective of some of the images creates flatness and additionally creating a new world that is in between the natural and supernatural.