Persian Echo III

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Persian Echo uses a repetitive pattern, almost like a Persian rug. It's possible that the repeating pattern was created by the dragging of an afro pick across the canvas. the comb digs a herringbone pattern into soft rectangles of complementary color, resulting in a chromatic haze that reads as a saturated gray when viewed up close, and as vibrant, individual hues from farther away. Black and white decorative patterns create a moir√©-effect, a visual preception that occurs when viewing a set of line or dots that is superimposed on another set of line or dots that differ in size and space, over softer pillows of color, juxtaposing optical tricks and impressionistic abstraction.