2012 | 30 x 40 cm
ballpen and ink on paper


Löst Jimmy said...

The more you look at it, the more busy the picture becomes to the viewer.

Frank Christopher Schroeder said...

Thanks, Jimmy!

It's funny how it works, isn't it. Some things are hinted at and your mind fills in the blanks. It works with me just the same way as with everybody else who looks at it.

This means that everybody looks at a different picture because what you see is a combination of the picture itself and what your mind adds to it.

This is proof that there is no absolute reality as such but that we all have our own subjective realities.

And there is no real intention on my part, those drawings and paintings just 'happen'.

Funny, isn't it?

Löst Jimmy said...

Yes, I've returned to view the image a few times now and enjoy how it appears to my eyes/mind each time.

Frank Christopher Schroeder said...

This way it never gets boring, haha.

It would now be interesting to know if it works like this with everybody or just with selecte people who have - I don't know - a certain predisposition (like you and me - metalheads?).

One answer, more questions.

Anonymous said...

Dogs, cats, hamsters, fish, parrots - who do you prefer? Or perhaps what that exotic animals - snakes, crocodiles, lizards, monkeys?

Frank Christopher Schroeder said...

Easy on the dope, my friend. ;-)