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Acrylic on Canvas. Size: 100x150cm (39.37×59.05in)



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A painting does not have any opinion about the viewers, but it is exposed to the opinions of others.

In the painting ‘Introspection’ I came to the idea to keep architectural form and space but this time to change the central point of perspective with the mirror that reflects a viewer in the center who is suddenly a part of the painting which can influence more subjective or more objective viewer’s opinion about the artwork. I find it very interesting. At the same time, the painting attracts the viewer to go inside to walk through space. It depends on what one can feel. What the viewers feel about themselves will influence communication with the painting.