I immediately thought of the man in the iron mask, by Dumas.Anais Nin is right of course.
Love the quote and the image is wonderful!
Very imaginative...great quote too!
Good quote Art (is) that me then?
Best quote, ever--and a darned good illo to match!!
Yes, I believe you are right. We can only view the world through our own filter. It's easier for us that way. Apples and Artichokes.
Indeed : Apples and Artichokes ;) What's else?
Anais knew what she was talking about.you illustrate the concept well, I like the element of vagueness you often have in your work. It's vagueness with a direct force to it. I like the creature he finds offensive, it seems to be fond of him....
the element of vagueness ... I like that! Thanks.I hope always that viewer will be not lost in the vague colors, forms, lines, structures of my drawing and will not leave the page before it is decoded :)
yes, but everyone will have their own decoding, and even if they miss the mark, the mark they decide upon might be the best fit for them.it's always a balancing act between the overt and the subtle isn't it?.
Image speaks, words hang in the air, suspended stones from mouth frozen open, created never to close. Says: Stay. Only stay. I cannot look away.