One painting, different stories

A story is sometimes bigger than we can see. We often only see one side of a story and that can have many reasons. Maybe this part of the story interests you. Either you see that part of the story because you can connect to it or it can reflect that part of you. Sometimes a story is only illuminated from one side, but the rest of the story is not visible. And sometimes we just want to highlight the story on one side so we don’t have to see the other part.

Which part of a story do you see?

Story 1

What do you notice? What does the painting tell you?

Story 2

What do you notice? What does the painting tell you?

Story 3

What do you notice? What does the painting tell you?

A Bigger Story

All paintings were part of a larger story. And I believe it is good to broaden our view and look at the bigger picture. We can then better see what a bigger story has to tell us.