not poetry. not fiction. a life, and something in between.
what happened to the fourth one?:)what have you drawn here?a triangle or a three-headed crow?:Dwhat a pity i cannot see you art...
ooops!youR artR is r when are is not our...:)
i should confess that these days i'm starting to believe in angels... the moment i say i cannot see pics on a blog... bingo! they appear in my mail!:Dnow i should learn how people thank angels...this painting is greater than i was imagining... the fourth one is hidden on the other side... and i see two crows there sitting back to back...:)you cannot object to me changing your painting... they say the audience are free to have their own interpretations on any art work...:Dbut joking apart... i was really impressed by the way you differentiated these three minds...even a minor detail says a lot...this happens in all of our minds... no?and what i really loved here was the collective attitude of these three... depicted in that beautiful blue in the open mouth...hopepositivityutteranceappearancemanifestationbeingthis painting makes us begin with doubt... but end with determination!and it made me happy... i needed this!
@hb You're free to interpret this anyway you like. I don't even know what exactly it is :D. I'm glad it made you happy though, and I like the positive associations. For me, I think, the goal was too depict the integration of different personalities.
Francis,I can only think of:Me, Myself and I.Loved the very idea of 'I am of Three Minds'!Best wishes,Eileen
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