Morgan Penn's breakthrough portraits showing a completely new way to view colour and depth in painting.

Colour

By dividing a painting into two images, the artist is now able to separate colours, to let the viewer optically mix them for a stunning boost to the vibrancy of the colour. Mixing different colours produces all manner of effects. Colours mixed closer together on the colour wheel (Analogous colours) will produce more vibrant mixtures, opposing colours on the colour wheel (Complementary colours ) want to ‘strobe’.

Depth

By dividing a painting into two images, the artist can exploit the 3D opportunities of stereo viewing. Whether you are using a stereo viewer or are simply crossing your eyes, the paintings spring to life

“Artists have a new way of
turbo-charging their paintings!”

Cross your eyes to view the 3D image
Give your eyes a few seconds to adjust and relax
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