Opting to use a non-representational style in the series, "99 Problems But Avalee Ain't One," David George's drawings are a study and exploration of color over form. The series is a careful balance of harmony and discord, rules and rule-breaking, acceptance and refusal. The expansive palette may draw you close in one moment and push you away in the next.
D. George's work seduces the viewer by reconnecting us with that earliest self. In fact his drawings don’t reference any recognizable form, allowing for any number of subjective interpretations. By peeling away all metrics by which we might judge his art, his work becomes about one thing: how does it make you feel?