“Thought” acts as a visual representation of the space between the internal and external world and the stream of consciousness experienced daily. The figure in the top left corner represents the “mind’s eye” that experiences the internal world and allows us to create form in our mind. Throughout the rest of the piece, there are a variety of shapes representing thoughts and reality– conscious navigation, understanding, and control of an inner world. The bullseye represents layers of spirituality and directs a focus on the center of the painting. The plethora of colors represents unlimited possibility and offers a compelling and beautiful surface to view. The blue stream throughout the piece represents the conscious mind, while the pink stream represents the subconscious mind that goes deeper into the painting. Looking deeper into the piece, notice both the intentional and unintentional marks while gaining an understanding of the entire painting, similar to the process of introspection. With the revelation of the inner self, the easier it is to thrive in the exterior world, knowing who we are and seeing the bigger picture of life. This piece can be viewed in any environment as it offers viewers a moment to reflect and contemplate what they are manifesting in both their internal and external world. The painting creates an experience for viewers to look deeper, contemplate, and question ideas while reflecting upon the work. I wonder, how will it impact each viewer’s life?