Manipulating and rotating a two-dimensional plane can form different geometries. The effects of a revolving body in space can be determined by the application of integral calculus. I used a computer program and the concept of turning, pulling, spinning, and twisting pictures of my abstract paintings and re-creating a three-dimensional form. After the process of transforming these images, I drew out the shapes on recycled wood and started working on Metamodern paintings based on these new forms. Beveled edges were made on the sides of the wood at varying angles creating a z-axis. I endeavored to delve into the depths of the spiritual by re-creating my art. The result was paintings that interact with the negative space on the wall forming holistic images.