As per my initial opinion, it definitely did catch my eye. There is this level of mystery and awe that is always accompanied by this unique color spectrum and blending of the color green and nature as a subject matter. Upon further thought, there is this initial feeling of "grandeur" that one would associate with the vastness of space.
I gave vision a 4 because of its level of clarity. Yes yes, it was a literal interpretation of the term. But in essence, I stick to it. The vision proposed by this piece is not as clear as one would hope so but the attention it grasps is enough to value it beyond average means.
Yes, 3 is a bit harsh. But let us be honest, its trees we are talking about. It is something that has always been done before. I am not downgrading it when I say this, but the likeness that this piece has to a wallpaper is too similar. Thus, the reasoning for my 3.
Technique and Impact:
I had to join these together for one reason. That being that the impact it has is solely jointed to the technique and flair it displays. One cannot look at this work and just expect mother nature to exist within. It is very much more than that and the viewing angle simple adds to the scope of understanding that I am very the sure the artist entirely aimed for.
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