Thursday, March 30, 2017

Please Interpret

This is one of my favorite paintings! I saw it hanging in a Red Robin, and took these shots of it. Any white spots are reflections from the ceiling lights. But what IS it? What is going on? Some sort of solemn service in the rain? Any thoughts would be appreciated!


“I dreamed a dream,” Pharaoh told Joseph. “Nobody can interpret it. But I’ve heard that just by hearing a dream you can interpret it.”

Genesis 41

14 comments:

Denise inVA said...

It is a very colorful painting. Its interpretation I have no clue. It looks like one blue blankets weaves around all of the people. I wonder who the artist is? Hope someone can come up with a good idea as to its symbolism.

reana claire said...

Very nice blue but I have no clue... :)

Nancy Chan said...

Very nice painting and I too have no clue!

Ann said...

A nice painting but I have no clue about it's meaning. Were you able to see an artists signature on it? Maybe you could find out who the artist is and research it online.

crafty cat corner said...

All I can add is, very surreal.
Briony
x

Sandra said...

it looks like some kind of weird cupcakes to me.. it would drive me nuts hanging on my wall. can't interpret it at all.. will be interesting to see if any of your followers find a meaning in it..

Sandra said...

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Chris Scheuer said...

I think it's an ode to spring. Still rainy and a little chilly but people are out and flowers are beginning to bloom. There's hope in the air!

Shug said...

looks like a parade of the Blues! very interesting. Have a good weekend Ginny..

LV said...

You are the best at challenging us so often. Regardless, it would make a super Blue Monday feature.

Lady Jane said...

I see paintings as usually in the eye of the beholder. I see one blanket embracing us all out of the doldrums of winter and into the color and wonder of spring. To me it means life will always get better if you wait long enough. Hugs, LJ

Tamago said...

It's a lovely painting with beautiful blue color! I have no idea what is going on, but it seems they are trying to avoid direct sunlight :-)

Rose said...

I think it is strange...maybe this was just a way to use their favorite colors together...

Ruth Hiebert said...

Very interesting. I have no idea what it's supposed to be.