AND SHE WAS LYING IN THE GRASS
When sharing experiences with others, it’s easy to assume that people feel or think the same way as we do. However, by simply being alive our perspective will never be the same as another’s. Two humans could read the exact same passage, but due to the unconscious singular perspective, it may not be comprehended in the same way. AND SHE WAS LYING IN THE GRASS explores the relationship between the art, art maker and the art’s audience. I explore how art can preserve a moment or memory for its maker but also how art can evoke a sense of place for its viewer.