A Quiet Sunday

Dahlias, 2016, Archival Digital Print

Dahlias, 2016, Archival Digital Print

I am musing on the brain’s ability to read flat images, how it can interpret what it sees and translate it into three dimensions. I believe it is primarily learned via touch. ¬†Without a tactile understanding it makes no sense. ¬†For the painter, we refer to the tactility of an image, not meaning impasto but an image that carries the quality of felt real-ness.

 

 

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