Point of perception

Tying the Human Collection together in a swift motion, "Point of Perception" represents the mass generalizations that are constructed regarding people afflicted with mental health disorders, as well as people in a distressed state of mind. Due to the lack of adequate education provided to the general public in reference to this topic, individuals are meant to feel as though they are tarnished and outcast if their condition becomes public knowledge. Moreover, people are lumped together with the only differential aspect being that they are unlike the normal person, when in reality, the normal human being doesn't exist, as every human has a substantial range of tributes and qualities that make them unique. In this particular painting, the artist indicates that the viewer is looking through glasses and seeing a different perspective of the same image, suggesting that the way something is interpreted is dependent on how it is being viewed. The colors, beauty, and individual characteristics are only available to see if the viewer takes a closer look.

 24" x 18", Acrylic on Canvas

24" x 18", Acrylic on Canvas