Either he’s painting a falling object or he’s a wizard who levitates things. Maybe the canvas is made out of super bouncy stuff.
Why artist should never use quick drying paint.
Like writer’s block. The paint dried with his brush still on the canvas waiting for inspiration.
And here we have a happy little accident!
you win the comment section for the day with that one yoey1957!
Is it just me or am I missing something?
It’s a self portrait of Jim Unger at work.
Maybe it’s painting itself!!! Hold that paintbrush still and see with comes out! Better than an Ouija board.
A disadvantage of quick-drying paint.
Wow, a levitating canvas. Must have a local combination Art Supply Store and Magic Shop.
Why was he painting the back of the canvas?
What did the avant garde painter have for breakfast? A bowl of surreal, natch!
The brush is stuck to the canvas, that’s why he is trying to shake it loose. There you go.
I call this one, “A Canvas in Fall.”
the lightning strike of inspiration just took too long to develop so you are trying to shake it off and start over.
Why is he wearing a tie?
I’m lost what’s he doing
Art is in the eye of the artist‼️☺️
whoosh…over my head with that one
Maybe it’s glue not paint and he is trying to unstick the paintbrush. https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.tintin.com%2Fen%2Falbums%2Fthe-calculus-affair&psig=AOvVaw1IFOmfk9rvTtpak9tiTfKR&ust=1674141305387000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CA8QjRxqFwoTCMDwl8C00fwCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAT
This new technique won’t work, especially when he tries sculpture
Thin your paint a tad…
I’ve read all 46 comments and still have no idea what the point of this is or how it is funny.
Is this destined to be as famous as Gary Larson’s The Far Side panel “Cow Tools”? If not, it is at least as confusing!
Harder than it looks.
They can’t all be winners! – Bad Santa
It’s a painting of my portfolio. He just needed to paint a mushroom cloud at the bottom
He works in superglue….
Excessively sticky paint?
And this means,,,,,,,,
David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart