'A Visual Simulation Of Retinitis Pigmentosa'
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This acrylic painting, created in the early 1980's, while retaining 8-10 degrees of central vision, simulates one of many RP visual experiences through
my life. In this illustration, I depict the scenario of "focusing on a person's eye" within a dimly lit restaurant. The colorful, wildly moving, ever changing,
blotches and pinpoints of light, may be the way my brain is perceiving those areas of lost vision. This unique visual perception has been a part of my
life since my earliest memories. In fact, at any time, with no effort, I can increase the number, color intensity and activity level by simply focusing
my attention on them. Today, the ever familiar "dance of light" remains, while the tiny island of central vision has long disappeared.
Original Art Medium: acrylics on illustration board
Full Size Print Dimensions : 8x10
Paper, (Osprey Velvet) Print: $25.00, plus $1.50, (6% sales tax for PA residents)
1 Print,Estimated U.S. Postage: $5.50
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