The phrase, the resting point of visual accommodation, describes how the eye wants to rest and find the view with the least amount of action or confusion. This is the voidƒ, the portion of abstract art where there is nothing. There is a phase in the visual recognition process of finding the resting point where the eye goes to what it recognizes, like finding faces or animals in clouds. In this piece, the eye searches for a resting point, but there are none to be found. The eye then goes in search of recognizable objects and shapes. The shapes in this piece are the forms humans take when they have been enjoying the good things in lifeƒ way too much.

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31 x 14 x 0.625 in (L x H x D)




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