I got a comment for the first part,
and according to this comment I've made slight changes to my basic idea. A huddled figure in the foreground and a witch instead of a housewife in the background.
Naturally I was interested what Todd may say now:
@StefanieJ2 Witches, Lambs, and Iguanas, serving biscuits! Perfect combination.
— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) September 3, 2013
A new challenge and I loved the idea, anyway! Although I was not particularly sure how serious Todd was. I did not mind.
I again tweeted to Todd:
@StefanieJ2 watching these iterations of the piece I am wondering about the "finality" of "art" and the value of the evolution of it.
— Todd Conaway (@Todd_Conaway) September 10, 2013
This time Todd was a bit unpatient, but I was grateful for his statement, which lead me to realize how different people perceive art. I presume Todd finds peace in more traditional paintings, rather than in one that turns everything topsy-turvy.
|Todd's "Calm in Chaos"|
However, I have to find my way and proceeded after Todd's beautiful imagination, and finally I found a close where I thought it is not necessary to do further changes.
The following is the picture with which all began: