Posted by: Inner~Creative~Voice | October 2, 2008

See Think Wonder

Brownstones, 1958. Egg tempera on hardboard,

When you look at this work of art, what do you see?  What does it get you thinking?  What do you wonder?

Tell me your thoughts…

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Responses

  1. People here seem very connected. Lots of vibrancy and movement. Lots of living, not sitting back and waiting. I love the feel of the expansiveness that increases with all the open windows with people in them. And the colors speak of action, too. This is a favorite painting of mine. It just seems so optimistic and life-affirming.

  2. This is my favorite kind of art. What I see is a slice of my history that I never got to taste. What I feel is a connection to the life we all should be able to have. A time when a neighborhood was just that; a place to live, learn, love and grow. A place to be caring and cared for.

  3. joyful, joyful!

  4. Wonderful visions…I wonder what is going on in all of the windows…? I think the colors bring a vibrancy that draws me in each time I see this piece.

  5. First I though, what are these … oh, yes, people
    then I saw colours, beatiful deep colours I love
    then I saw a pram
    I am glad that I don’t have to push any at the moment, I have been doing so for the last 7 years
    and then I saw your questions 🙂

  6. ..but you haven’t answered my questions…? 🙂

  7. This work continues to bring me joy. I come back to look at it over and over to get the vibrancy of the colors into my mind’s eye.

  8. What a great sense of neighborhood. A live vibrant neighborhood. Families interacting. Living life.


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