Optical illusions and shapes at West Tisbury library 

“I really have a fascination with geometry and geometric shapes,” says artist Rob Chaunce.   

The West Tisbury library is showing Chaunce's repeated geometric shapes and optical illusions sketches and paintings.  

The artist tessellates a surface with one or more geometric shapes without overlaps or gaps.  

Chaunce masters depth of field in two-dimensional artworks by shading light and shadow.  

His visuals are not only illusions but also beautiful sophisticated designs.  

Some images use well-planned shading of three-dimensional block figures to mislead the eye so the spectator can alter perspectives.  

Chaunce considers 19th-century Dutch artist M.C. Escher an influence. Escher invented visual illusions and “impossible objects.”  

The West Tisbury artist and organic gardener draws inspiration from holy geometry.   

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