d.W.WHITFIELD | France
A painting requires three components to bring it to life, the work itself, the artist and the viewer. The relationship between the artist and the painting is of an intense private emotional journey of exploration and commitment from the artist to the ongoing work. However once finished it lies waiting to be brought into the world to be presented to the viewer, only then can it assume an identity that will fulfill its potential.
The judgement rests upon those who interpret the image set before them .
So to give it some sort of title would then restrict any interpretation from the viewer by virtue of the interference from the title, or decrease any openness of interpretation in the view of the work.
Therefore no titles are given.