Ed Millet's background in sculpture informs his evolution into the 2D world. His process is more like a sculptor's: carving out shapes and arranging them with the intent to foster a suggested lyricism and poetics. He describes this work as "non-representational, Neo-Geo Abstract Formalism."
His work is in the abstract because "it's a pure and direct approach dealing with the essential art elements of composition, color, form/space and expression."
The collection at the Oxford Treehouse Gallery are all 16x20 acrylics that are framed, mounted on wood as complete constructions and ready for shipping.