The mix of pink and pale blue on a black background makes a bold piece. This abstract painting was inspired by the dancing colours and shapes I see at night with the neurological disorder visual snow. Night is never truely dark, the veil of moving dots and shapes is made even more obvious with darkness. While very little is know about the condition one theory I quite like is that it is the brains visual interpretation of its inner working, neurons firing. The patterns, kaleidoscopic designs and fractal like images are repeated in nature at every level, from the microscopic to space.
♥ acrylic paint on canvas
♥ measures 91x91cm
♥ canvas depth 3.5cm black sides
♥ ready to hang (for Australian buyers)
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About the artist
Jennifer Bell is a contemporary artist whose unique artistic vision is inspired by her rare neuro-ophthalmological condition. Her work reflects her daily experience of visual noise through bold colours, intricate details, and repeated abstract marks and shapes. Jennifer holds a degree in Fine Art and has extensive experience in the art world, including running her own gallery. She has been a full-time independent artist for over 14 years and her work is represented in private and corporate collections worldwide. Jennifer has been recognized with numerous awards including a finalist for the 2023 Singulart Awards Painter of the Year...