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Camouflage

Creating these patterns is an exploration of what we see and what we do not see.

Camouflage in nature is what allows some things to become invisible while being present, the green grasshopper in leaves, the zebra in grasslands versus red apples on a green leafy tree or stars at night. Seen in different contexts the start at day are invisible, the green grasshopper on a parched piece of grass pops into our vision with attention. Why we are wired to see some things and are virtually blind to others is intriguing. Creating these patterns is an exploration of what we see and what we do not see. Interspersed are representational images that allude to subliminal messages that are present in our modern civilized lives that we take for granted.