Ken's 3-Dimensional works are one-of-a-kind pieces because of their unique design. The panel and wood-framed canvases are constructed individually and then primed with multiple layers of gesso. In the layout the zero-point is reversed, as are other aspects of perspective. The result is an intriguing look at how our brains function in the interpretation of data. Hardwired into our brains is the ability to judge depth and distance. In the painting that information is reversed. Combined with that reversal the 3-dimensional aspect forces the viewer to "see" a different painting from different points in the room no matter how slight. The resulting effect is, as the viewer moves the painting appears to move with them.