Maternal Hands

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Maternal Hands

By | 2014-08-01T20:57:42+00:00 March 31st, 2014|0 Comments
Artist: Jonty Hurwitz

Just like what is expected from any anamorphic work, this masterpiece features a disfigured projection or perception. I find this anamorphic piece fascinating. The maternal hands artwork is contorted in such a manner that it is only clear when seen in a certain way.  By looking into the mirror, the picture shows up neither twisted nor contorted and this is something that will definitely interest everyone.

About the Maternal Hands

The photograph of this “Maternal Hands” by Jonty Hurwitz was taken by Niina Keks and Otto Pierrotti. I have learned that Maternal Hands is an example of mirror anamorphosis. Jonty has placed the disfigured piece on a plain surface encompassing the mirror. A cone shaped or round and hollow mirror is put on the art piece to convert a contorted piece into a three-dimensional picture that can be seen from many angles.

About The Artist

Jonty Hurwitz is an offbeat craftsman. He took an engineering degree in Johannesburg, South Africa where he found the precise and hardly discernible difference between art and science. Each of his masterpieces is a study of material science and how we discern space. Jonty had attained various honors and nominations for business advancement, innovation and arts.

On the most fundamental level, Jonty is a craftsman researcher who has great passion for ventures and meeting gifted individuals. Each of the fine arts and wonders that you can find on his website signify a piece of what he is. According to Jonty, life is like an excursion and there comes a time when we have to take a break and assess our existence. Jonty takes a dynamic question and projects a picture which we can distinguish as reality, realizing that that reality doesn’t generally exist. His art specialty dares our observation of reality.

Thank you very much Jonty Hurwitz for allowing us to post and share your Maternal Hands masterpiece. If you wish to know more about his incredible anamorphic pieces, you can go and visit his website.

About the Author:

A person with a love and passion for puzzles.

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