Free vision, like free speech, is fundamental to life in a free and creative society. Josef Albers argued that free vision must be open to multiple points of view. My training in architecture taught me to use geometry as a generator of form, and led me to freely explore possibilities within clearly defined limits. I work within a self-proclaimed narrow visual language, which I then explore as fully as possible from multiple directions. My approach is akin to that of a researcher in a field of psychology or physical science: establish a control before imposing variables. Using triangles, lines, and textures within a grid, I push and pull the grid, and rotate the triangles to create points, lines, and planes, sometimes as positive shapes, sometimes as negative space. These become explorations of color harmonies/contrasts to express the unpredictability that accompanies human perspectives -- different moods/emotions within a common motif.