The Sea Triptych

11 March 2017 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
The Sea Triptych

This triptych was inspired by the dramatic difference in perception that accompanies a change of scale. When viewing any subject from a great distance, we inevitably come away with an impression that is dramatically different from what we would find if we viewed the same thing on a personal level or scrutinized it under a microscope. These three images are all visions of the sea. The first shows a vast horizon under golden sunlight. The second is an underwater snapshot of bubbles and seaweed. The final panel depicts a network of cell walls, nature's underlying structure.

On view from March 10 - 12 in the group exhibition SURFACE(S):

Liam O'Neil - Web / Mobile Designer in Tokyo, Japan Liam O'Neil Web / Mobile Designer 19 March 2017

I too also love triptychs. I create more traditional based ones. I'll post some soon. Love your piece.

Thanks, Liam! I'd love to see your work.

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Natale Adgnot

I'm an artist in Tokyo, Japan

American/French Visual Artist focusing on science and popular culture. Painting, drawing and digital artwork informed by design and fashion.

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