|DAY 59||ARTISTIC ODDITIES|
TINY ART, BIG TALENT
How small is small? If a painting is too small to see with the human eye, can it still be appreciated? If no one could see it on the wall or anywhere in the house, would someone still buy it? Apparently, the answer to these last two questions is “yes.”
Micropainter Stefano Busonero creates paintings that are less than a square inch in area. He is also known for paintings done on the end of a syringe and inside sewing needles. All of his smallest works require a magnifying glass in order to appreciate them properly.7
Sculptor Willard Wigan is well known for his ...