Most of my paintings start out this way and end up totally different than you would think.
Much like artist Magritte's famous paintings.
This piece below is called
Ceci n'est pas une pipe
Which translates into
This is not a pipe
He's trying to convey that this isn't actually a pipe, it's a painting of one.
Things aren't always what they appear, right?
If memory serves me right this is another one of his pieces. I'm too lazy to look up the title, but this is a piece about his mother whom I believe that he had either watched die or saw her drown or something of that nature. I forget exactly... but it was tragic. Anyways, this is a representation of her.
What I'm getting to is not that I'm like Magritte by any means, but my paintings are usually representational and narrative and aren't what they appear to be.
My new piece at the top is a word project. I picked three words out of a hat that classmates of mine wrote down. I have to use two of those three words to make up a painting.
My three words were
I'll leave you with that and although this painting looks like one thing, I assure you it's not.
It might not be as representational, but it will be surreal and a play on words