Art is Not What you See Typography Giclée Art Print
This typography print is quite unique, featuring one of Melissa's close-up photos of A Study of a Girl's Head, an original painting by Edgar Degas. Melissa wanted to study his brush strokes up close, something which is often overlooked with Impressionist art, as the pieces are best viewed from a distance to truly visualize the composition. Up close you see dots, strokes, and dabs of random color, but step back and you see how they interact and come together, and your eye fills in the details. Melissa is fascinated with how the tiny details reveal a technique that's absolutely unique to an individual artist's personality.