Focus is acquired and everchanging. Whether it be through the lens of a camera or the human eye, we covet and sometimes struggle to keep it. Edward Bahoric guides the viewer on an exploration of focal depth and transformation. The canvas forms the frame. Acrylics, oils and inks are overlapped generously, and sometimes sparsely, using combinations of pallet knives, sponges and brushes. The subjects may be contextual in their environments or an abstraction created by the texture of paint and colour. The resulting scenes are filtered through curtains of visual noise, compelling the viewer to interpret the nature and tone of the images they see. Each painting depicts a story within and on the surface, behind and in front, ready to be told from the perspective of eyes that gaze upon it.