If anything could be called “eye candy,” this painterly composition certainly could. Luscious swoops and swirls of gooey colors merge and crisscross, like a baking sheet covered with melted saltwater taffy. You can almost taste the colors: peppermint pink, lemon yellow, creamy white. Yet what looks so delicious is in fact layers of inks, pigments, and oils, each photographed and recombined. Here, the artist flexes his ability to mash up analog art making and digital photography, exploiting glitches and artifacts of the layering process to produce unique new forms.