I always thought that the expression the "artist's eye" was kind of philosophical. Although every artist would agree that the way you see the world changes after you start working with art.
But I never thought the physical eye of an artist would literally be different!
According to my eye doctor, Dr Larry Jebrock, I have what is called a typical "artist's eye". Where I always thought the eyeball has a convex shape, I discovered that mine is not convex, but has a "wavy" shape. This seems to be very typical for artists.
As mentioned in a previous post, orthokeratology is reshaping the eyeball in order to improve vision. You can imagine that in my case this was quite a job, with the irregular shape of my eye. It took a couple of months, but I now have the lenses for the night that enable me to see both close by and in the distance! :-)
Meantime in San Francisco the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival has started. Thursday night was the start with a fabulous (free) klezmer concert by Kugelplex Klezmer. Also Union Square concerts for the Wednesday evening and Sunday series has started. Summer is here!!! ;-)
Artwork: Imagine ... - by Anne Vis