Coping with a New Perspective
One morning I woke up with a spot in the middle of my eye that didn’t move and wouldn’t go away. I panicked and called the ophthalmologist — surprise my precious eyesight had a new visitor and they weren’t quite sure why. Since then, I’ve been on a journey meeting with specialists and getting lots of eye testing done.
As a way of coping with my new struggle — I decided to do some paintings exploring how my relationship with art might change in the future
This collection of 12 pieces is a result of this coping experiment. Each piece includes an unlock-able image of the original concept as well as the pictured painting.
Each painting is done in different abstract styles with a red distortion in the center to represent the spot in my eye. I depicted different sizes and shapes of the red spot to explore all the potential perspectives.
Six pieces are reserved for the collectors of “Hindsight” as a thank you for being an early adopter.