Artists really do these kind of thing, while creating their own masterpieces. So my artistic friends,... you say you want proof, what artists sometimes do,... to amused their viewers?
Well then,... just have yourselves a peek at this inspired piece of junk, a drawing in graphite,
that I myself had drawn in 1994. This happens to be a self-portrait,.. my art loving friends,... using artist names, familiar to myself at the time, to assemble this so-called creation of myself.
After finishing this so-called piece of junk, and in looking at it, I decided to call it "Wolves in sheep's clothing". Not really understanding fully why I wanted to name it that, I decided to have myself a closer look at it,... why I would want to call it that.
I'm sure a lot of you all pretty bummed out by now,... mainly because you cannot see what it is that I'm saying or referring to,... why in this Gods green earth, why I'd ever want to call it that.
Well, just maybe by the time I finish this little write-up, some of you might in fact see for yourselves,... what it is that I am saying,.. while in the process of attempting to show you.
Ok, hear we go,... as you are reading this you should be able to still see the name of one of the artist I very much like,... at the time studying, at the very bottom. If you can't make it out for yourselves, it does in fact spell out Velasquez in a couple of places. My own name and other artist names are although this drawing.
Ok,... I know,.. still a piece of junk you think,... I see nothing you speak of you're saying to yourselves. You are exactly right, its still is not presenting itself to be seen. Well,... I supposed this is where I have to help a few of you see,... and grant it, not all of you will,... just a few.
Here is a couple of smaller picture that might make it possible for one or two of you to see my portrait now,... but I sincerely doubt it. Maybe in this next picture someone might be able to see the wolf,.... just above the one pasted in.
To give you all a clue of what to look for in finding me,... I'm looking slightly to my left, your right, warring a cowboy hat and the tops of my shoulders are on each side of the pasted in wolf. Maybe this picture of myself below, taken by myself, in a mirror might help.
Below is a similar etching I done in the same year.
In this etching of mine, the wolf is actually on top of a sheep's head that you may be able to discern.
Now that a few of you are now beginning to see values in works of art, hear are a couple of Vincent's works you may want to try and figure out in similar ways.
I'll give you all a hint, and call this artists work "Sorrow",.... as Vincent did, only it representing a long kiss good-by before walking away from her. Well I hope that I have helped a few of you see that these things really do happen in Great artists works of art.