Something about Nothing

Hugh Tracey  these demonstrates simple but effective art as you mind fills in the detail of what it appears to be.  The paints say express yourself by saying nothing.  The colours are vibrant and draws you in to detail that are not really there.

This painting shows several bright colours that are shape into no specific patters. It shows the colours blending with different shade. It is looking through innocence pure and open.
What is it? The Appearance of a man or maybe woman posing for a bodybuilding portrait. But the really is no define features except look through your minds eye. It is a very suggestive piece.
The use of distorted triangle and rectangles that looks like building or broken pieces of glass. It is very simple but very eloquent.
Colours gives layers and depth on a flat surface and that is only the beginning of what the mind can see if you allow it to be creative. We stop creative simple things when we start thinking.
The Beginning of the Steel era, showing that man is about to leap into the building things that seem to be impossible with material that is not suppose to bend. Or it is just the letter Z dragged out of proportion. It is what you think it to be.
The water droplet made by glass. Use of glass is to create replica of nature. The multi purpose even giving more light.
Art is implied, that is the opinion of many. The glass strung on the ceiling is looks like cobweb or something out of a Sci-Fi movie. What do you see? Broken glass can be repurposed.
The colours shows vibrant extraction of what appears to me people or vases at different angle. The use of colours from the Egyptian time period.
Triangle can be manipulated to be anything. Is this a Hour Glass or is the pyramids inverted on top of the other. How many triangle are there. Is it only two?
Broken glass the accident of a beautiful piece of form art that created by the greater beauty with a accidental fallen piece.
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