Painter Dan Sibley has a vision, but his technique of painting involves youâ€"whether you know it or not. Each painting is a series of individual dots. Like printing photographs, which also is done by putting dots on paper, Sibley's pointillism paintings depend on your eye to blend colors and shapes.
Dan Sibley's work might be confused for computer-generated material because of its artificial appearance.
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