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If you look carefully you may start to see eyelashes emerging through the female figure. Can you see the cross section of the iris, or the curved plane of the cornea? You are seeing a cross section of the eye.

Of your senses, vision is the most specialised and complex.  Combining your sensory stimuli alongside your intellectual judgement , this organ allows you to see the world around you in amazing clarity. It is because of the photo receptive nerve cells (rods and cones) that we can discriminate colour and tonal variation.

Not only that, but the eye is often referred to as the window to the soul. For me, the eyes are the most important feature of any portrait I create, as they are what connects to the viewer. What do you think the eyes are expressing in this piece?

Highly detailed fine liner drawing with watercolour washes, on professional 10oz cotton stretched canvas, Ready to hang

She dreams in colour and shade

Teagan Watts

AUD$1,250
Size: 90w x 60h x 4d cms
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If you look carefully you may start to see eyelashes emerging through the female figure. Can you see the cross section of the iris, or the curved plane of the cornea? You are seeing a cross section of the eye.

Of your senses, vision is the most specialised and complex.  Combining your sensory stimuli alongside your intellectual judgement , this organ allows you to see the world around you in amazing clarity. It is because of the photo receptive nerve cells (rods and cones) that we can discriminate colour and tonal variation.

Not only that, but the eye is often referred to as the window to the soul. For me, the eyes are the most important feature of any portrait I create, as they are what connects to the viewer. What do you think the eyes are expressing in this piece?

Highly detailed fine liner drawing with watercolour washes, on professional 10oz cotton stretched canvas, Ready to hang

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