Eric White: Art

As far as I can see, every piece consists of layer upon layer - eventually creating an illusion of something more tangible than one dimensional and something more visually satisfying than two dimensional - the illusion supersedes 3-D image appearance, it is a terrific example of how layers create dimension. Each picture contains a very distinct background, flat and distant, as it should be; followed by a central subject then accessorised with frames and decorations close to the viewer. My favourites are, the feminine man glaring from behind a window; why is there a lamp and curtain on our side of the window… As if we're looking through our room at him..? And also, I very much enjoy the women's heads, thick with beautifully fluid hair, gradually shrinking and changing colour.

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