First of all "Mr 7" (i can't figure out also who he is) got white and red clothes and a ribbon with exactly our national colors writhing behind him. This ribbon is held by the Christ who is a very important nexus in life of our country. The rest of my associations (more complex) also would fit such an interpretation. Like dollars under "Mr 7" symbolizing our countrymen who has arrived to US for better life. They all think that they ride on your national horse but i'm sure that there is a completely different opinion. And that "Lotion" is a perfect confirmation of my thinking, cause it's some kind of... vaseline. You can imagine on what and what purpose... A small reflection. In my oppinion we don't have to go anywhere and work for other nations to make our life better. We just need to start actively participate in the political life of this country and start to become more involved in learning about our national identity. End of reflection. Getting back to associations also armband with a swastika clearly reminds me of World War II and the bloodiest land occupation across Europe during this period. I realize that other countries also attended in WWII. But no other country was so damadged in those days. And now younger are under strong influence of nazism. Well, last sentence is kinda universal for all countries of Europe and not only but i guess this shows that we didn't learned the proper conclusions. And finally "Christine", Wyeth paintings, which alluded to the romantic style landscapes rural areas, as it did a bit before our compatriot - Józef Chełmoński. Enough?
His paintings are vague with symbolism, enough to make you question which way is up and why=Just like this silly painting! Just wanted to see if I could emulate the color palate, and the subject matter was somewhat secondary. Thats is all..
Haaa! All paintings should come with an instruction manual, and all instruction manual's should come with instruction manual's and..This thing is a parody of Mark Rydens work and I dont blame anyone for getting this self indulgent ill attempted thing but hey, it was fun for a minute-Thanks Mike!