In these works, the "everyday" is characterized by the familiar and the ordinary. The aesthetic appreciation of the everyday life requires a de-familiarization or the casting of a new aura.
What is inspiring to me about "everyday" aesthetics is its illumination of those aspects of our lives that are typically neglected or ignored.
Daily life is marked by a conscious attention to the aesthetic dimension, thereby rendering the experience more like art appreciation.
All of the Rovay Window Gallery works have been inspired by the local cafes in Middle Park and Albert Park, except for one work on paper.