Watercolor and pastel. Continuing once again with the Unseen Event series this piece loosely depicts the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. One of the main elements within the uncertainty principle is that we can never be sure of a partials location in space because even the mere act of observing the partial effects its position. In this piece we observe a fully formed white rose through the lens of a pair of glasses, but as we pull the glasses aside the rose is revealed to be in pieces, thus illustrating how our observation does not coincide with reality.
So beautiful, and I love how you portrayed the concept
lovely piece. You are really good.
First Law of Time. By observation, you change the very nature of what is observed. Beautifully illustrated here.
cool idea, and it's brilliantly done!
Perception isn't always based on reality no matter how clear it may appear. Nice work!
beautiful and sad......love it! Great work
Wow! We can see the love trough the glasses! Thats my interpretation! YOure a stunning artist!!
Wow great work!
very beautifully done - such clean edges too - i can never get things that clean
oh, I love your use of edges and soft transitions, kudos
nice..very nice paint
Very nice Lillian
Sooo beautiful! The colors are so warm and soft! I love the colors you have chosen to use! And the details are great! Congrats!
Beautiful! So soft and pretty
Beautiful, the colors are so soft and delicate.