"Insula Dulcamara" by Paul Klee
Following the kick to the head Paul’s creativity flourishes. Like many great artists (Picasso, GNAY) he embraces the thick black line with great flair. Mr. Google tells me the title translates to “The Island of Bittersweet”. For me it is mostly sweet. The colours, the curves, and the soft touch all point to a happy place. I love his personal symblology (new word invented by me) a subconscious language I’m sure he didn’t fully understand. For instance: What does Casper the friendly ghost symbolize? Maybe that’s the bitter.