The Big T and I took a detour out to the Wallace Arts Centre yesterday and saw this in the garden. Anah Dunsheath is an Auckland-based artist (and antiquarian book dealer) whose painting and sculptures play with perspective and paradox. She says of her work:
Visual transformation and optical illusion are the key elements of Anah Dunsheath’s practice. Her works feature pronounced perspective and an often paradoxical relationship between 3-dimensional space and 2-dimensional surface.
I’d seen this piece before, but never with the light in exactly the right place to create the perfect shadow.
Six word Saturday is a blogging prompt from Cate at Show my Face. Here are some other Six Word Saturday’s I’ve enjoyed: