Pareidolia : the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern
I’m thrilled to invite you to a solo exhibit featuring my Pareidolia series! In this series, I explore architecture from an abstract perspective; identifying something from nature in each shot. However, I invite you to consider what recognizable shape or object you perceive in these ambiguous patterns. After all, this is the definition of pareidolia. Think shapes in clouds or the Rorschach test. It’s always fascinating to hear what each person sees!
Printed at 40″x60″, these images are the largest I’ve exhibited to date and allow a great sense of detail and depth. Stop by and see for yourself during the opening reception on March 5 or if you’re in the area stop by when it’s convenient for you.
Get all the details below and, as always, all prints are for sale. Just let me know if you’re interested.
737 North Michigan Ave (entrance is on Chicago, just east of Michigan Ave)
Chicago, IL 60611
Exhibition Dates: January 9 – May 27, 2020