Art comes in all forms, colors, sizes, and dimensions, but I bet you already knew that. What you see when you observe a piece of art is always different from what another person observes.
What's the most epic art you've come across? I think we're all familiar with Monalisa by Leonardo da Vinci and The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh, which are both worth billions.
While those portraits evoke some sort of emotion, have you ever seen Anna's Light by Barnett Newman or No. 5 by Jackson Pollock? They're both worth millions of dollars, but only a few people relate to what they see.
I mean, what do you understand when you see a red canvas or perhaps squiggles of black ink? Yeah, I was speechless too when I visited an art museum and saw people staring at a blank red wall and another one full of black and white paint drips.
I still can't understand what runs in the minds of people who observe art, but I bet a lot. Not only do they have to wonder what the art is all about, but they also have to see the emotion it evokes inside them.
Some people relate to color, others to visuals. Some like their paintings to scream otherworldly, others like to keep things raw.
Really depends on what you consider art, to be honest. But what we're about to see is Hercule Van Wolfwinkle's artwork, and I think, unlike blocks of red and unimaginable squiggles, you'd actually like these badly drawn portraits!
Well, it looks like Hercule really needs to work on adding some fat to his portraits because those are some sharp images. I mean, look at #6, he's so sharp that even looking at the portrait could impale you.
Either way, it's great to see the original dogs are dog-like and don't hover like Dog Vader on #22. Which one's your favorite portrait? Comment down below!
Not done obsessing over Phil Heckles and his silly pet portraits? Check out more of his work we've featured before right here.