Speaking visually is a language used by many but only really practiced by few. People tend to communicate to each other with sounds and images which appeal to an individuals conscious mind, the birth of thoughts and ideas. A painting cannot be fully described and appreciated with a thousand words but just a single image on its own can tell a whole story and more.
There is a certain under-tone that tends to be overlooked by most people. A work of art is meant to intentionally provoke thought, inspiration, and emotion. Playing with a persons rational and logical mind while also feeding their ever-growing creative mind and finally settling in their hearts; whether it be joy, anger, nostalgia, or even disgust.
But what is it that keeps one continually thinking of that particular piece? Is it a lasting emotion or is it something else? Perhaps a more subtle, indescribable feeling that keeps bringing you back to that instance in your life where you were introduced to that work of art?
I am not going to talk about this piece in fear of guiding or persuading the viewer to feel what I personally felt when creating it, to do so would hinder their creativity and somewhat manipulate the direction in which their inspiration may take them. Each piece speaks differently to the each individual viewer in its own manner, preaching a different message each time. All that is asked of the viewer is to view all art with open minds and to be honest to their hearts and thoughts, let their whispers be heard.