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The Gecko (2014)

The Gecko (2014)

Size: 41 x 55 cm

Medium: pastel, color pencil, acrylic paint, black kent paper

The Gecko (2014)

The Gecko (2014)

The gecko lacks eyelids. Their eyes are open at all times. Hence, geckos can see everything at all times. In this picture, the gecko’s eyes are emphasized with the boldness of red and the enormous size compared to those of other animals. As the gecko – expected to be weaker and smaller than the elephant, the chicken, the lamb, the cat, the fish, the owl, and blue jay – pops out of the middle and boasts its greatness, the other animals spring away in freight. In this way, the unexpected may have a great impact on society and are bigger and more powerful than one might think. With people like geckos existing in this world, we must always be careful, for we may be being watched when we are most unconscious.