Every painted image is reliant upon an invisible support structure: historical, conceptual, and physical. Flip over the conventional painting stretcher, and one may see the desiccated drips of paint collecting along the edge, the structural support of the crossbars, or the inadvertent seepage stains of pigment pushing through the gessoed canvas. In this series of paint objects, incidental affectations of the painting substrate are elevated into intentional contrivances.