PAINTING OF THE DAY
I don't Know What To Call You
There is a general opinion that states everything we put faith into or believe tat we can prove is highly feasible. Numerous people, cultures, and situations we are involved in ourselves consider that not having reason for something is an irrational belief.
What is the meaning behind the title?
Very few of us ever ask, for instance, what reason there is to suppose the oil paint we are about to use on a canvas will not turn out to be expired or poisonous. Yet, we feel that a perfect reason could be found when we are questioned, even if we are not ready to accept it as the truth. And in this dogma, we are usually justified.
I don’t know what to call you III, oil on canvas, 30x23cm (12x9inches), 2020
Saying that I don’t know what to call this painting means that I do know precisely what I feel about the piece and where this emotion is coming from. What I don’t know is if my beliefs and thoughts will be met with knowledge, approval, or complete distrust.
What was the inspiration for the portrait ‘I don’t know what to call you III’?
This portrait painting of a woman was inspired by photographs of a Black American female model. When you paste the picture of the painting into Google, you should be able to get results featuring the pictures of the female in this portrait.