A play on reflection and explanation of the variables involved when looking at mirror art. No experience can ever be replicated. The observer will always be a necessary participant in mirror art. Whether they see themselves or not, there are a myriad of variables that interfere with their perception of the piece.
I experimented with sandblasting for the first time. It provides texture and translucence without reflection, contrasting with mirror. Initially it was quite challenging to incorporate the layers required to create a full composition, but as time has gone by, it has become second nature to me.
Sandblasted sections followed by airbrushed acrylic colour. Enamel brushwork over the top.
Round mirror with coloured acrylic inks and black enamel.