"Hypnosis" by Tony Bartlett, Digital Print on Archival Paper
30" x 40"
Digital Print on Archival Paper
At the threshold of black and white, where illusion means survival, an emperor moth sits camouflaged like a venomous predator. Elegant and unnerving.
Theme: The Silver Line - Where light at its peak haunts the darkest circumstance.
“Hipnosis” is a curated selection from Anthony’s contemporary fine art series: “Grey Light”
"An intuitive reflection on the muted impressions of light lost beneath the extremes of our environments.
Employing still life, landscape and architectural mediums as abstract pedestals for the projection of black attitudes, agency, and refinement."
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Anthony (A.J.) Bartlett (b. 1987) grew up in North Carolina and studied Communication Studies at UNC and Digital Filmmaking & Photography at The Art Institute of Charlotte where he concentrated on independent American cinema and contemporary media through the lens of black creativity. Armed with 7+ years of experience producing visual content, Anthony relocated to New York City in October 2017 where he continued freelancing around the camera. Cultivating his eye and natural gifts for the fine arts.