As abstract as his paintings may seem in form or concept, some works hint at specific, tangible realities. For instance, in Night Vision (2015), the clear compositional strategy and measured application of color denote a landscape. Distinct sections of blue and yellow paint droplets converge on what may be a horizon line; perhaps the painting is a field of corn cast golden under a deep blue sky. With Broken Branches (2014) Fox hints at landscape in the work’s title, while the actual content of the work veers more towards abstraction, but intriguing viewers to search its intricate surface. These works are excellent examples of Fox’s practice of layering real with surreal elements to create an organic, at times measured, visual field.