Lenticular Imagery by Miggs B
I am intrigued by all the journeys, large and small, that are part of our daily lives -
journeys through time, space and emotions. From here to there and back again, lenticular
imagery allows me to explore each one in a fresh and somewhat intriguing way.
During the time spent with these images in a gallery or on your wall, you are enlisted
as a collaborator, controlling the speed, sequence, and ultimately, the significance of what
you see. The images are only as relevant as the stories you are willing to bring to them.
The video below, made by famed New York videographer David Jr., is from a recent
show at the Fairfield Library. More videos from other exhibits at bottom of page.
Click this play button to hear me describe the process.
Roll mouse over any of the images below and leave it for a few seconds
(no need to click) and watch them change as they would in a gallery when you walk by.
Commissions, portraits and special projects welcome. Prices on request.
Hard Road - 20 x 16 Wired - 22 x 22 Hi-Ho - 20 x 16 Watching Him Go - 22 x 22
The Journey- 18 x 18 Skyline - 14 x 11 Buddha - 18 x 18 Nick's - 20 x 16
Red Apple - 11 x 14 Green Pear - 11 x 14 Orange - 11 x 14 Red Pear - 11 x 14 Green Apple - 11 x 14
Devotion - 16 x 20 Brothers - 16 x 20 Sisters - 16 x 20 Beauty and the Beast - 16 x 20
White sign - 11 x 14 Blue sign - 11 x 14 Red & white sign- 11 x 14 Yellow sign - 11 x 14 Blue & white sign - 11 x 14
House - 22 x 22 Political Ties - 18 x 18 The Egg - 22 x 22 Housebound - 22 x 22
"Signs of Life" at Silvermine Guild "Pinholes & Pixels" at Pequot Library "Pinholes & Pixels" at UConn, Stamford
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