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Perspective - when you look at a piece of art, is all you are seeing a reflection of yourself, or the or is it a exactly what you see before you as it is? Do you simply see it as it is, or see it through yourself? Or just see yourself? See memories, senses, remember scents. Remember moments in time or are you just seeing the chair in the painting, or the background and the sky? Is it that you don't see anything at all and you only see yourself.
You think, ''that reminds me of'' or are you seeing a reflection of the artists journey and not the subject matter at all. Is it the subject matter disguised, invisible even though we do see a chair, or a book, or the sky in the painiting. Is it just emotion and journey we are looking at belonging to someone - the artist? Is it that the chair is actually just the emotion or a journey described and disguised by the artist in the shape of a chair? Or is it when we looking at a painting, it's actually like looking at just a reflection of our own thoughts, of ourselves. Like standing in front of a mirror. Are we just seeing out memories, a painting, a work of art, a blank canvas, or just ourselves?
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