In English we categorize our words by their parts of speech. Be it a noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, preposition — every word has its place. However every painting is unfailingly a NOUN; a person, place or thing. But what if I took a stagnant piece of art, the noun part of it, put it under a different form of speech and called it a verb or an adjective. If I relabeled it’s form and therefore changed the way you viewed it. Placing the emphasis on a certain word or part of a sentence completely alters the meaning of it and your interpretation of what is being said. Mirroring this, lets experiment with what happens when I place the emphasis of a painting on a specific form of speech, not confined to the rules of the english language.  What you see is still yours, but I’ll create the lens through which you look.