The last thing he wanted to do today, was to check out yet another abandoned house. He sighed as he fit the key into the lock on the front door. The door opened by itself. It was unlocked? That was very odd. He walked into house and the air seemed warmer then it should be. CRASH! What the...? He ran into the living room and saw...the bear. A freaking bear!! He started to panic. Thoughts of escape raced through his head but he couldn't move. He started hyperventilating and imagined himself passed out on the floor and how people would later say later, "If only he had a paper bag.," What? Oh great, he was losing his mind.
The bear, however, stood there calmly and gazed at him thoughtfully.
I like the idea of stairs that lead up to the unknown. The Envelope is in the "Scene of a Crime" series. There's an overturned chair, one side of a shoe and lit candles on the chandelier, and is that fire in the room to the right? I'm not sure. The envelope was ironically one of the last things I painted. The painting needed something --another clue. I thought of painting loose papers on the floor and then got the idea of an envelope which was so much better since it is mysterious and we don't know what is inside. I thought if the bear stepped on the envelope, it would be even more intriguing. Although i don't think the bear cares one way or another. I painted the shoe as another clue. The shoe turned out to be tiny in relationship to everything else. But I kept it anyway.
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