“Magic Eye” Paintings by Jean Glenn
In 1979 Christopher Tyler invented the first black and white autostereograms with the assistance of a computer programmer, Maureen Clarke. You may remember these optical puzzles from the Magic Eye series of books? Viewers must diverge their eyes in order to see the hidden three-dimensional images within the pattern. Good clean fun.
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Artist Jean Glenn has her own magic eye as the creator of these mesmerizing paintings.
Gallery representation: Tew Galleries, Atlanta