Innermost
16 Oct 21 by justatest
I couldn't help noticing that, over time, most people ended up throwing away pieces that I gave them. Maybe they look at them as mere objects and not artworks? I decided to try painting various colours onto the forms themselves (as opposed to a uniform coat of colour) in a desperate attempt to say that it's more than a useless thing gathering dust and getting in the way?

looking on sideways

closer view

In all the years of people seeing these things in real life, it amazes me that not one has ever said something like: ¨I like that - will you sell it?¨ Maybe there´s something I´m just not understanding... are they really so mediocre?

now it looks more like art ?

Materials, the usual suspects: oil on jute on metal wire frame.

Innermost

Deciding against a uniform colour approach

Naturally the embarrassing and simple fact that I make bad art would never occur to me...