• Natalie


M.C. Escher is known for his detailed pencil drawings exploring space and perception. Escher explored combining animals into his landscapes as part of the space and not figures within the space. Many of his works have no distinction between the foreground and background which is something I have been experimenting with in my practice. Although Escher’s work is far linier and geometric unlike my own, I am inspired by his complete decomposition of traditional space within his pieces, inspiring me to do the same. Whereas before I hadn’t considered moving the structures off the ground and changing their rotation.

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