Curiosity is the urge you feel to know more about something. Curiosity is the state of being curious: eager to learn or know; inquisitive; wondering; ready to poke around and figure something out; prying; meddlesome; arousing or exciting speculation; interest, or attention through being inexplicable or highly unusual; odd; strange.  Curiosity can be described as positive emotions and acquiring knowledge ; when one's curiosity has been aroused it is considered inherently rewarding and pleasurable (except a shark attack). Discovering new information may also be rewarding because it can help reduce undesirable states of uncertainty rather than stimulating interest. We also call weird things curiosities, like a phone shaped like a duck, or a shark in a jar.


Below a few transcription clues for the artwork:

- the right half of the painting shows persons of interest in "doubts";

- the centre line is the emotional border between doubt and curiosity;

- there are (from top to bottom along the central line): monkey, seabird, kid's face and finally a shark;

- the left side of the left half consists of subjects of interest
 for the ones above (top to bottom): snake, crabs, coral fish and surfboarder.


"Dear art lovers!

Each artist's artwork will get only a minimal portion of the main clues (while on the website's display). When the art is bought, the artist will provide a complete set of transcription "clues" to the buyer.

So, only the new owner will know the full idea of the artwork.

It'll be solely up to the buyer to keep it secret or release it to the public in the future.

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"The Curiosity". 2020. Acrylic on canvas. 121.5cm x 91.5cm

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