ink pen on watercolor paper
30″ x 22″
“The concept of Boring Dreams is a narrative portraying a family who lives in a house with austere architecture, only to go to sleep by bedtime stories dealing with the mundane life of the father.
The contrast in terms of content is portrayed by the room in the foreground, and then the stock-exchange looking room that accompanies all types of business men seen through the large bedroom window. If the stories told to the children are boring, and oppose the general lifestyle they live, they could find the story as “whimsical” as we would find their own lifestyle.”