Good art requires the long look, not for a lack of comprehension but for the growing realization of what the viewer fails to see.
Art is more about the space inside rather than the form of the envelope itself.
Artists put their life’s context into their craft. A poem, painting, a sculpture all contain intricacies of the mind that is profoundly personal but meant to be shared and understood by others.
Whether radical, nuanced and complex: the intriguing work passes onto trustful eyes an extended gaze.