The Human Visual System (HVS) exhibits multi-resolution characteristics, where the fovea is at the highest resolution while the resolution tapers off towards the periphery. Given enough activity at the periphery, the HVS is then capable to foveate to the next region of interest (ROI), to attend to it at full resolution. Saliency models in the past have focused on identifying features that can be used in a bottom-up manner to generate conspicuity maps, which are then combined together to provide regions of fixated interest. However, these models neglect to take into consideration the foveal relation of an object of interest. The model proposed in this work aims to compute saliency as a function of distance from a given fixation point, using a multi-resolution framework. Apart from computational benefits, significant motivation can be found from this work in areas such as visual search, robotics, communications etc.