THE Eyes of the Beholder

Spotted in a restaurant in Chicago: the painting is of a goldfish in a bowl perched on a fork.

Here was mine take on the artwork: this, being a vegetarian restaurant, didn’t serve fish. Hence fish is above the fork instead of below it. However, it is precariously perched, meaning at any point the bowl could drop and the fish could end up as food. Moral: vegetarianism is hard.

A bit convoluted but passable. Any other interpretations welcome.

Extra points for an explanation of the painting of the sociopathic bunny hanging on the wall over the table to the left of the fishbowl.

1 comment

  1. Am enjoying how the fork is aimed directly at the one patron in the pic – as if he’s the one teetering on the edge of pescetarianism…

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