What do you see?

The conclusion.

My dream is to make a piece of art that grabs the eye, demands attention and envolkes conversations.

“What do you see?”

“A couple of mushroom trees and a bottle of cartoon heads.”

“I see a statement about the escaping the trap of being put into a glass box via the tree of progress and life.”

“I like the colors, not as loud as his other stuff.”

A conversation. The list art there of. Most of what we talk about are a swapping of information, complaining about work or a crude retelling of an exaggerated Conquest.

Blame my wife. I show my doddle and she tells me what she sees.

She never sees what I set out to convay. Mainly, because I rarely set out with a destination in mind. The point of doddling is to loosen up the creative muscles. I usually just start drawing waves and flowing lines. The advantage of this, is that I can never get lost, because I don’t know where I’m going.

So, just for fun, I put up an image on medium and Facebook and asked for ideas for a title.

Most people focused on the drink flowing from the wall.

Composite Faucet

Drip drip drip

Tongue tied

No parking zone

Take a break

Stay Hydrated

No more words

Jack Herlocker even got his wife to play along. And thank you Tre L. I never would have seen a tongue in my own drawing if you had not mentioned it.

So, what did I learn from this little exersize?

Dr. Rorschach must have had a blast with his ink blots.

I love to hear what others think of my silly images.

And, I have to take care with my images. My son informs me some of my Swirls and waves and clouds can look like. ..body parts!

Finally, I would like to suggest my own art discipline. Not quite abstract, expressionism, surrealism or even realist. I just want to get folks talking.

How about conversational invocation art. Or chatter for short.

Bear with me, it’s a work in progress.

Thanks for playing along.

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