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Longsighted at Nepean

Susan Oxenham
The artist, who is blind in her right eye and only has light perception in her left, found the image of the macular, which is the central part of the retina responsible for fine detailed vision needed for activities such as driving, reading and distinguishing colour, so interesting she decided to paint it.

This exhibition is a series on the retina through her vision.

Click to see a few examples from her exhibition.
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