Gracefully, there is always some unpublished masterpiece by Bev Doolittle – just waiting to jump in (when there is nothing else for me to post on this site). I’ve found great bunch of awesome optical illusions by Bev, and will keep posting them until you stop visiting this website – Kiddin’ ;) I’ll post more of them from time to time, when I find it appropriate. What I like about Bev’s artwork, is that there is always a story behind each of HER pictures. For example: today’s image is more than just a fox posing for our artist.
“Woodland Encounter, painted well along in my career, is a deliberate study in camouflage by misdirection, which grew out of my effort to break all the normal ‘rules of composition’. The bright-colored fox, deadcenter, distracts the eye from whatever is going on in the busy snow scape surrounding him. And the richness of design – a wonderful, natural part of the trees themselves also gave me the opportunity to play games with the traditionally accepted uses of space that govern a well conceived piece of art.” -Bev Doolittle