Deep Thoughts


“Stargazer,” an evocative artwork that challenges the viewer’s perception of space and form, is a masterful exploration of color and composition.

At first glance, the painting appears to be a collection of equally spaced boxes, arranged in a pattern that resembles a puzzle. The absence of recognizable shapes or figures invites the viewer to look more closely, to engage with the work on a deeper level. As the eye lingers, the subtle variations in color become apparent, with shades of blues, greens, and purples intermingling in a harmonious and captivating way.

The symbolism of “Stargazer” lies in the very act of perception itself. The boxes represent the limitations of our perception, the way in which our minds impose order on the chaos of the world around us. But by engaging with the artwork, by allowing our eyes to move over the surface of the painting, we begin to see beyond those limitations. We start to discern patterns, to intuit connections, to glimpse a deeper order that underlies the apparent chaos.

In this way, “Stargazer” challenges us to look beyond the surface of things, to question our assumptions, and to embrace the mysteries that lie at the heart of the human experience. It is a testament to the power of art to transform our perception of the world, to expand our horizons, and to inspire us to reach for the unknown.

48“ x 60“ x 1.5“ Canvas