Nicholas Sistler’s art is about visual and perceptual games, and sometimes about space and spatial distortion. A balancing of subject matter, composition, color, technique, and scale — often in the same piece — is at the core of his work. The creative process is one of purposeful play. Whether a collection of artworks is representational, abstract, text based, or inspired by images, each piece is realized intuitively; the first idea for a picture growing and evolving until fully formed as each element dictates. The miniature size of each completed work encourages close inspection, creating an intimate and personal viewing experience. What appears tiny on the expanse of a wall inevitably enlarges our notions of space and perspective.