Returning to the subject of detail and how the close view often enhances the viewer's (and juror's) appreciation of a piece of art, I present another exhibit for the defense, seen at Form, Not Function, which was on display until about a week ago at the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany IN.
Take a gander at this work from across the room.
Step closer and you see a pale composition, like a mountainous landscape but with indeterminate rectangular shapes in the background -- buildings? billboards?
This is a piece that grows on you; the more you see, the more you get.