Lenticulars are made by interlacing several images and placing them behind a grooved lens. Because our eyes see different parts of the image at their corresponding angles, different colors and rhythms are created.


Although it is difficult to photograph these pieces, the following views and animations will provide an inkling of what the viewer will see as he or she passes by.












Walls, 8 x 10, 40 lpi, 2004



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