The works in this group all start with a wooden lattice cut from plywood. In 12.1-12.4, the lattice is kept upright by a run of fabric which is in turn held in place with four bricks. In the next two pieces, a freestanding lattice is partially covered by a transparent (in the case of 12.5) or translucent (in the case of 12.6-12.7) sheet which is then painted. The final ten pieces (12.8-12.20) are wall works, supported variously by wood wire nails and thread. Note: the dark spots under 12.12-12.13 are removable acrylic paint drips. In 12.14-12.20, 8.5x11 sheets of mylar are pinned to the wooden structures and then painted with gouache (as is the wooden structure in several cases). These pieces hang from nails about .75" from the wall.