Examples from the Web for viewer
No online art community is full of creative artists waiting to communicate with the viewer.
The best of art can communicate to its viewer across centuries.
Such a bridge between artwork and viewer could not have occurred with old footage of just any people.
Art is often said to “speak” to its viewer, but it is rare for this to happen so viscerally and clearly.
Their playful exhibitions are often meant to be interactive and instill a childlike sense of joy in the viewer.
Pell sighed deeply, slowly looked into the viewer again and said, "Kronski and I'll be back on the next rocket, Chief."Brink of Madness|Walter J. Sheldon
Mr. Carlton, the viewer, looked vexed and annoyed; he was asking the overman to send to a mine a few miles off for their engineer.Charlie Scott|Unknown
Blue-green tinted sky moved past them in the little room's viewer screen; then a tilted landscape flashed by and dropped back.Legacy|James H Schmitz
While the viewer views, his followers are on commissariat and quartermaster's service.
They smiled at pin-up pictures, read microfilmed books through a viewer, looked at the growing plants around them.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
British Dictionary definitions for viewer
Word Origin and History for viewer
early 15c., "civic official responsible for surveying property," agent noun from view (v.). Meaning "watcher of television" first recorded 1935, in place of earlier suggestion looker-in (1927).