The title of this piece, “Two Blacks Don’t Make A White”, apart from it’s playful aspect, is purely descriptive. It is not so noticable in this reproduction, but the upper and lower forms are subtly different blacks. The upper shape is cut from a photograph on gloss paper I took of some shadows cast by trees one late evening on a dimly lit lane in my village. The lower is black acrylic on fairly absorbent Indian handmade eco paper so is fairly matt (the white line is acrylic too). It is 19/50 Collages Before Christmas.