For this series the main artistic focus is the viewers' ability to develop certain Points of View within the composition depending on how elements of the composition are focused/unfocused by the viewers' eyes.
While this sketch is a aggregate of the typical elements in a piece from the series, the finished painting will hold a far greater degree of minute details.
In future developments, using varying color harmonies and gradients, there is the possibility of creating a three-dimensional trompe l'oeil.
On a personal note, this series started as a commission with the stipulation that the painting contain, "japanese elements...every color there is." In the piece entitled Worlds I, you will notice Japanese script immersed within the center vertical of the composition. This text is a haiku which can be read backwards and forwards:
The translation of this poetry into English is both playful and philoshopical. The first reading elicits: Intelligence/says the diety of compassion/is the color of flowers. While the second reading tells: The color of flowers/says the diety of compassion/is a good mind.
Without being too didactic, the haiku serves as the keystone for the series, a look at the worlds described by the Buddha in the Lotus Sutra, and an interpretation of compassion in infinite viewpoints.