Oil on birch panel, 2010, 5"x 7"
Todays painting is another that I plan on putting in my show @Motor City Brewery tomorrow night. One point perspective does something to me, I find it thrilling. As far as perspectives go, it is rather one dimensional (ha-ha), but I think it does the best job of drawing a viewer in and creating the illusion of space in a flat panel. I like art that tries to take you into a place, with the artist as magician, or inventor, or mad scientist. One point perspective, its been around for centuries, its literally old as dirt, but I love it and use it all the time to help try and create some magic.