This painting is called The Man In The Blue Shirt Stares Into The Aqua Cave.
Such a long titled because I painted this piece three months ago and didn't know what it was.
Usually, when I finish one of these abstract pieces, I turn it around, look at all angles and something pops out. This one didn't.
Well, last night I was sitting in front of the TV eating a bowl of popcorn and happened to look over at this painting which was propped against a house plant sitting the window.
All of a sudden, I saw the little man in the red shirt and guess what? He was staring into the aqua colored cave.
That's it. That's the post.
Another revelation. Look closely at the painting. Now I see an old woman with a curved back wearing a red top and a yellow skirt standing behind the little man in the red shirt sitting and staring into the aqua colored cave.
I wonder what they see? Is the old woman whispering something? Did she lead the man to the cave? Will the man embark, journey into the unknown?
These are the things that fill my mind.
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