A Moment of Clarity

The latest piece in this series is called A Moment of Clarity.

My studio mate, Kevin, suggested that for a contrast, invert the audiology test results so that the anyone above the lines is murky, muddled and vague, and make my area clear, bright and resolute. It was an interesting thought, so I played with that concept, and have come to this result.

I have a tendency to look down, rather than look up, when I’m walking. Avoiding eye contact with people, and watch where I step. So I’m quite familiar with the surface, the pavement, the grass, the pebbles, and so on. But every once a while, I come across a puddle. A reminder to look up once a while, and let sun shine on my face.

A Moment of Clarity
A Moment of Clarity, 3′ x 3′ Oil on Canvas