Wednesday, December 2, 2009

This is my truth, what's yours?

A totally abstract work. It was one of the first paintings, in which I avoided creating a gradient in soil or sky. Compared to others, it can be noticed that there is no such thing as exterior or interior landscape, but only geometric abstract objects or subjects.

People throughout, have interpreted the title of this work by the "man" on the top left corner being the surrealistic perspective of pinnocchio (whose nose is long due to the lies).

Another interesting interpretation is that the white-board, represents someone's life and all the experiences are written thereon, surviving in the test of time... All surrounding objects and subjects represent the daily experiences that contribute to our motives and actions.

They are both interesting interpretations.