The painting Blocks works against the expectation of how a painting must be constructed. Instead of one whole composition, it is broken up into different blocks. It is also not clear what the focus is now, the foreground or the background. It seems as if the background has become the foreground, as if we are looking at the subject through the trees in the forest. The painting tempts you to look deeper but at the same time pushes you back to the surface.
The painting Blue Black and Thunder. Here the forms seem to dissolve in space, as if they are melt in water or air. Foreground and background are pushing against each other. The space is ambiguous.