I was fascinated to learn that our eyes only see clearly a small area at a time and then the brain translates and stitches the image through memory into a whole view. At times we seem to be fixated on creating photography with overall sharp focus, leaving no room for the eye to rest and the brain to create and complete the image – as it so loves to do.
This triptych plays with the concept of viewing one eye frame at a time.
I may not leave it like this but have an idea about printing it on canvas and using paint to complete the work as mixed media decorative works.
We shall see.
SPROUT: What are you waiting to see?
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