Sometimes, an abstract painting is just an abstract painting. Titling it, or explaining it would take away from its potential deeper meaning. It should remain a mystery, one for the viewers to divine and define by themselves in their own subjective ways. This makes art more of an exchange between artist and viewer, as the meaning of art is derived from how people see it. Sometimes, for the sake of the integrity of the work, it must remain a mystery, a puzzle…one to be solved by each person who casts their gaze upon it, and one for which there is no wrong answer.
Plus it’s easier than having the artist wrack his brain trying to remember what the hell it was supposed to be. Click to see it bigger.