For many years, Thomas Decker has explored the incongruity of representing spatial dimensions on a flat surface. After studies in architecture, painting and art history, Decker found himself working in Photogrammetry and Aerial Photography for over 35 years. The unique perspective of mapping 3D objects onto a 2D grid has heavily influenced the perception and execution of his geometric abstract style. Most of his work uses a vocabulary of geometric shapes in vivid colors that are manipulated within an ambiguous space. The culmination of which presents an abstract spatial arrangement that has no inherent meaning but is familiar enough to create a pleasantly coherent visual experience.