Some of my paintings have been characterized as Color Field work. I guess it's because their character is viewed as evolving more from the interaction of color than from the fusion of form. An example is my painting "Red Boxes" (see below). It was included in my Chelsea Gallery Show "Homage to the Box". And, though I see it as stack covered boxes in varying shades of red, a review of the show set it apart as a Color Field composition.
"Perlmutter has an exquisite color sense comparable to that of the sixties Color Field painter Darby Bannard, particularly when it comes to synthetic pastels."
- Ed McCormack, Gallery & Studio Magazine