Thursday, October 23, 2008

Jackson Pollock - Self portrait series

A study of illusion and reality, parody, humour and humanity

At the very beginning, I found this feinin to be difficult where I was puzzled. Was there something I was overlooking? A reasoning behind it? Like with these self-portrait studies, there is a story to be told that exposes part of me, This was more about anger, frustration and my lack of who I trusted myself to be.

In this feinin, I realized that this was a brilliant man, an artist who stood the test of time. In it I saw mathematics and the
expelling of cum that left an impression on the art world. His inner force more telling to me, but obvious to him. This was a man too powerful, too straining on my back, aching with desire. A tiger is sheep's clothing. I love him, truly I do.

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