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By linking the twelve-hue color wheel to the twelve-tone musical scale and assigning every note a different color, Bavington’s hazy, vibrantly striped paintings are based on songs or guitar solos by such iconic and flamboyant rock bands as The Darkness and the Rolling Stones. Las Vegas’ brilliantly disparate desert-and-neon landscape — as well as Bridget Riley’s optical paintings of the 1960s, Technicolor TV test screens, and the work of Ed Ruscha — are also influences for Bavington’s abstractions.
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