Panmorphic paintings show a simultaneous 360 degree view. The idea came from paintings of entire rooms onto plaster spheres. In 1996, I started photographing 360 degree environments for these sphere paintings. It took approximately 48 photographs to do this. I would then collage the photos to reassemble the space. The collages became very interesting as to the various ways the image could be combined. I started drawing and painting these images as two dimensional works that contain an immersive environment into a simultaneous view.