Following are tiered paintings. Many of them were experiments as to what I can do with this method of painting. One of the most difficult things about tiered paintings is documenting them. I tried six different cameras, including various lighting, before finally hiring a professional videographer to shoot them, and even he had to research and modify his settings for the complexicty of shooting LED lights in the dark. And even despite his very best efforts, the colors and exposure aren't always accurate. The lights appear much brighter and glowy than in real life, and it is also very difficult to see all the detail that appears when the painting is working with the lights. The best way to view them is in person.

Note: The hue, intensity and value of the colors in the painting and the lights are not all accurate. The focus and details of the painting are also difficult to accurately depict.