This artwork, the first in the Dimensional Peek Series, is brightly composed of primary colors.
This unique art, looks to me like a mask or like someone peeking into or out of another dimension. Close inspection reveals a collage of interweaving and intersecting pieces of what appear to be folded and contorted colored paper. It's both an unusual piece and a striking piece in its use of color. The black frame sets the bright colors off nicely, and gives them an emphasis.
It is a little sterographic in the area of the eyes. If you look at the image a little cross-eyed, and bring the two eye orbs together, there is a slight 3D effect. It's not actually intended to be viewed that way - it's just an image artifact. But it really changes the perspective of the viewer, from that of an image of a mask looking out at you, to that of you looking inside the eye.
The primary red, yellow. blue and green combination is sure to brighten any room.
Note: The frame sizes I have chosen for each image in this series are slightly different.
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Creating art is - for me - a true give and take between what I attempt to do and what the evolving piece makes me do. Often, when I try to push the art in one direction, it responds differently and makes me take it in another. The art itself surprises me, and it directs me into the area it wants to be taken, rather than accepting what I try to make it do. And so I let myself go and the art takes over and the evolution excites, surprises and amazes me. I love it!
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