abstract art work by JJBUETTNER – 2017 – acrylic on panel, 55×70 cm
Acrylic on panel – 45x 60 cms by JJBUETTNER 2017
Untitled abstract work, acrylic on paper: 60×45 cms by JJBUETTNER – 2016
Acrylic on canvas, 75×60 cms, by JJBUETTNER© 2016
Acrylic on paper, 55×70 cms, by JJBUETTNER© 2017
Abstract art piece by JJBUETTNER© 2017 – acrylic on paper, 55×70 cms
60×45, acrylic on paper, by ©JJBUETTNER, 2017
„I have the last word“,
„Do not always talk back to me“,
„Who laughs last, laughs best“.
The damn last word,
incomprehensible, which is why it is so special.
Nevertheless, I would like to have it. My statement counts, everything that comes afterward
is just sound and smoke. The last, very last word.
Talking back, not only an issue with kids.
At least they are still very unvarnished, honest.
When we grow older, it comes less like “out of a gun”, but
more „behind the back of the other, as soon as he left the room, we get our knife ready“.
No objection! Absolutely none at all!
The last laugh, this best, most beautiful laugh.
Beaming with joy, looking for revenge. Is this
but clearly the reason for our laughter: the one who fooled us first,
is the one being fooled in the end. So much fun! Simply the very best, last laugh.
How about first words then?
The first step in every conversation.
Not important, because it is the first and not the last word?
What to do if the talking back is: „but of course, I love you!“
The assurance to our beloved, that our feelings have not changed.
They are not going to change. No matter the crazy thoughts our partner has for a second.
How good would be the first and last laugh, if no one laughs about on another or that successful revenge? Wouldn’t that be a reason to laugh first, last and in between?
Acrylic on paper, 45×60 cms,©JJBUETTNER
Abstract art by JJBuettner© – Acrylic on panel, 55×70 cms
Abstract art by JJBUETTNER© 2017
Acrylic on panel, 55×70 cms