Takes time to sink in - what you said. Still, up to now, I haven't fully digested your words. I can't dismiss my doubts, I mean, what you said could be bollocks, but I don't know. What do I know 'bout what you feel? What do I know 'bout what I feel?
This piece is very interesting. I like the way his face has been distorted into two different positions. It suggests a transitory moment of his two faces. One is a very serious face: time for game time, the other face is looking down. He is either smiling from happiness or grinning from failure. Margot Kessler
Only when you stand in just the right location do the portraits of Michael Murphy pop into view. His highly detailed works are created using a large array of media, using multiple layers that only align from one viewpoint. The resulting images are so seamless, they almost seem to be created with Photoshop. See more of his work at mmike.com.