Scott Hazard puts two and two together in his carefully constructed works—Photo Constructs and Text Constructs. Each piece is made by layering pages or images, which are then torn with concentric holes that add texture and depth. Scott’s goal is to ultimately “draw the viewer in for momentary reflection and a temporary departure”.
“If you had weak eyes, they needed exercise to get strong. Glasses were like crutches. They prevented people with feeble eyes from seeing the world on their own.” ― Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle (a great great book !)