So Real, Surreal
Anthony Cairo and Isaac Smith
"Traditional subject matter, such as the landscape and portraiture, is the foundation of the work we make. Representational imagery is constructed through the use of basic principles of perspective to create a rational space. As artists, linear and atmospheric perspective are tools we use to create the illusion of visual depth. Just as perspective references space and depth, value references light and physical form. The importance of line and treatment of value is vital to the three dimensional illusion being created on a two dimensional surface. Understanding of the human form and the natural world is accomplished through the use of these logical techniques in order to create the illusions of the objective."
- Anthony Cairo and Isaac Smith
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