BROOKLYN - Curators of a new exhibit opening at the Brooklyn Arts Council say the art will have visitors scratching their heads in a good way.
The exhibit, called Subtle Approach, features four Brooklyn artists who use clever ways to keep viewers guessing and staring at their creations.
The unique exhibit features works of art that looks different depending on where you stand.
For example, one piece that pays tribute to the seven deadly sins looks like a striped painting or drawing when looking at it from far away. When viewers look at the picture closely, they can see words like "greed" and "lust" in the painting.
The exhibit will run through July 31.
For an extended interview on the art exhibit, watch the clip to the left or go to News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612.