I don't know if it was intentional but I love the window concept in this piece. A sense of going beyond what is in front of us. The whole world in a glance!
Intentionally a grid, for no particular reason, but not intentionally a window per se. That said, so glad my intuitive play offered you a sense of going beyond what's in front of you to see the whole world in a glance. Perfect! Thanks for your comments.
Just loving these Dotty. Love that this looks like stained glass. Reverence for artwork, and for Scott. LOVE your not really flowers :)
Stained glass—must be the inner Dale Chihuly in me expressing itself! Love your perceiving reverence for artwork, reverence for Scott.The not-really-flowers have their inspirational genesis in the Ikea enclosure card you sent me once : )
The grid is a brilliant way to make this piece more masculine! Was that intentional? A small change, but the art is transformed into something controlled, contained, organized. Like I imagine Scoot is (even if he isn't, I am perceiving him that way! ha ha!)
Jen, totally love your interpretation of the masculinity of the grid. The grid was intentional, but as a way to bring something new to the little series I seemed to be making. Scott is the least controlled, contained, and organized of my (adult) children but he might be happy to have you see him that way!