|(New Haven, Connecticut, 1962- )
Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York
Much of Spencer Finch's work examines
perception from both a biological and psychological point of view.
His approach to making art is often referred to as 'conceptual' in
that his artwork often exists as much in the viewer's mind as it
does in the viewer's eye. In the case of this drawing, both the eye
and the mind are one in the same since what we are looking at is
what the artist saw as he looked at the paper.