Third Eye  includes four stereographs set inside of Pleasant Home, a historical landmark from 1897 by architect, George Washington Maher, and the former home of millionaire banker, John Farson. Mr. Farson was known for his eccentric personality in the neighborhood of Oak Park, IL and became an icon in the community. Each stereograph illustrates his unconventional lifestyle, while referencing photography’s history with a traditional format illustrating contemporary imagery. When viewed within this context and venue, the intent was to juxtapose nostalgia and progress, traditional and contemporary. The lights, party hats, plaid fabric samples, and colorful thought bubbles protrudes Mr. Farson’s eccentric personality and the playful nature of photography.