Don’t you just love the paintings where the more you look at them, the more details you begin to notice? Mona Lisa and her famous smile, is simply something mundane when compared with the paintings created by Bev Doolittle.
What to see
If you take a good look at the image, at first you’re going to have the impression that it’s an overly saturated image of a sunny rocky field. However, when you take a closer look, you’re beginning to see the hidden animals. We’re not going to tell you how many there are; we’re simply going to tell you that there’s more than two of them!
How it works?
Bev Doolittle is one of America’s most collected artists, and she’s often called a camouflage artist. The whole idea beneath her paintings are blurred an sometimes only sketched images that blend in the bigger picture, making the whole picture seem simple at first sight, but the more you look at it, the more details you’re going to observe.
This unique style of painting, was developed by Bev over the years, and today, her paintings that are crowded with intricate visual art that seem haunted by the unseen and presences, make her works sublime visual optical illusions, and at the same time, something that give you that creepy feeling that you’d want gone, but at the same time you want to stay only to know what’s really happening.
You can find a lot more unique paintings by Bev Doolittle, and all of them share the same style, that’s merging unique technique, her love of nature, and pure, camouflage and visual optical illusion genius.