We've reached a point in looking at art where much of it looks as good or better online as it does in person. Here's an antidote. California based artist David Simpson has taken to using iridescent pigments in his recent paintings, with such luminous, incandescent properties that they interfere with conventional reproduction techniques. In other words, these are paintings that can only be seen in person.
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