Precise rectangular and square lines and shapes in tints of yellow, green, turquoise and mauve, are an interpretation of the brilliant summer sun in this silkscreen print on paper by Burton Kramer. This work is number 42 in an edition of 50. Kramer's precise lyrical abstractions "do not abstract the experience of reality, as we know it. They provide the viewer with an alternate for reality, just as music often does." Kramer explores the synesthesia of color and music not unlike 20th century European painter Wassily Kandinsky for whom "Tone = Timbre; Hue = Pitch; Saturation = Volume."