I rarely do two posts in a row on the same artist. But this is probably the first time I’ve done 2 posts in a row on the same artist with the same title of work. This is because I’m fascinated with Miharu Matsunaga’s fascination with dots.

In what is presumably a prequel to here senior thesis work, Matsunaga hand-painted dots – both large and small – onto common landscapes, transforming them into breathtaking works of art. Objects that you wouldn’t even take notice of, now cause you to stop and observe them ever-so-carefully.

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