Ronald Gosses' abstract art uses "opposite colors," such as red and green, to create depth that is best seen with 3D glasses.
Ronald Gosses' abstract art uses "opposite colors," such as red and green, to create depth that is best seen with 3D glasses. Lexington Herald-Leader
Ronald Gosses' abstract art uses "opposite colors," such as red and green, to create depth that is best seen with 3D glasses. Lexington Herald-Leader

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