Not For Sale
This piece is both an abstract landscape and an exercise in abstract thought. Gravity, perspective, and traditional topography are challenged here, yet your mind easily categorizes it as a landscape, why? New understandings in neuroscience put forth that unconscious prediction sculpts all human experience. "Perception is presented to be somewhat of a controlled hallucination. What do you think?
|Acrylic and Multi Media on Cradled Wood Panel
|, Landscape, Abstract
|Original, one of a kind artwork
|14in x 14in x 1.5in
Mary-Jo Lough's art, a form of self-portraiture, is an energetic, bold, and intricately detailed visual language reflecting her interior world. Her process mirrors her experience as a neurodivergent individual, aiming to normalize neurodiversity and foster inclusivity by inviting viewers to explore the world through an ADHD lens.
"Inspired by intense extremes, I purposefully integrate contrast into my work through color, value, mark-making, and shapes. This adds depth and serves as a storytelling tool, creating a multisensory experience that personifies the vibrant energy and tension in the convergence of diverse elements."