When it comes to artistic renderings, perspective is everything and artist Jeremy Miranda plays with this notion in his works that split the painted space between two unique scenes. Miranda pushes the observer to go behind their usual visual and imaginative constraints to better understand his work, which focuses on natural settings and human habitats.
A landscape painting of the sea is split to reveal an underwater explorer and a ladder leads from rather wet conditions to a dirt path in two different renderings by Miranda that challenge perception. What's more, the artists unique use of artistic utensils gives the work an air of quality; intricate brush strokes lend texture to every wave and leaf while there are a few spots with intentional ambiguity to better toy with the mind.
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