Are Three Heads Better Than One?

I was totally dizzy, having crossed a foot bridge over railway tracks.

Descending back to earth with these gorgeous heads all the way down, was cause for more dizziness.

One head is usually enough.

I suppose 2 are necessary, if you’re sharing eyes.

I’ve posted Kizmet 32’s white eyed women, before. This one is the most unique, so far. I’m a fan.

Pics taken by Resa – November 6, 2020

Toronto, Canada

The Artists:

59 thoughts on “Are Three Heads Better Than One?

    1. There is a three-headed gal…or should it be gals? Matters not…who is heralded in the crossword clues indicating that the three headed young lady in the paintings might be based on none other than Hecate, the Goddess of Witches. I never knew that, young Resa. Regards, TOF

      1. Ahh, TOF, you are crossword educated! ‘Tis a fine diploma!
        I looked up Hecate. You have something here. One site claimed her eye are green.
        Anyway, shes is a beauty!
        I fancy myself the one on the left!

        1. ‘Tis Shirl who does the crossword puzzles in our house. I am hopeless, although sometimes…rarely…she asks for my advice.
          Hecate, a girl with green eyes! Long, long ago I knew a girl with such eyes. I really must write a post about her one day, it’ll make most laugh, some cry and others thinking me an idiot. Yes, I shall put her on my list. Regards, TOF

    1. Try walking down 75 steps to get to it! (The overpass was amazing high, which is why I got dizzy to begin with. I’m from the prairies!)
      Whew! Still, I was quite excited there was art at the bottom. πŸ˜€

        1. Yeah… I had rubber legs during the last 20 or steps. Young whipper snappers were racing by, like there was no such thing as falling down stairs! Land Sakes!

  1. ‘Ello….’Ello….’Ello! < Sorry just had to say that – a bit of UK humour! Another fantastic artwork that reminds me of the photography on Queen's "The Miracle" album cover. I wonder though if this art is a contemplative way of looking at the past, present and forward to the (possibly colourful) future?

    (I really need to look up some more superlatives to describe all of this art you know πŸ€”πŸ˜)

    1. LOL!!! I like the Ellos!
      Definitely like The Miracle album cover. I’d say good guess the artist was inspired by it.

      Okay, look up words! I’ve got more art to post.
      Take care, Tyeth!

  2. Timothy Price

    Those are really cool and so well painted. The colors are great, but I find the shared blank eyes a little creepy. But then again, sharing life-like eyes might be creepier.

  3. Cleverly done and I remember the blank eyes. No wonder you got dizzy seeing it, coming down… to earth! I love it too, especially the blue shadows. All the composition, heads and script are great.
    Hugs and love and …Happy Blue Moon! xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

    1. Yes, the blue is appealing. His faces almost always have blue in them.
      I’m aching to get out and walk. Heat be gone! Happy Blue Moon, Marina! xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxxo

      1. I hope you enjoyed the Blue (rather orange in our parts) Moon! Already sent cool breezes to drive your heat away… not to mention Hera’s cooling slobbery kisses! πŸ˜˜πŸ’™πŸ—¨πŸ”΅πŸ˜˜πŸ’¨πŸŒ¬πŸ¦ŠπŸ˜˜πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

        1. They still are!
          I was listening to KC… a recent live concert piece. Hubs, who is an A+ musician came home, and asked what I was listening to?
          I replied King Crimson.
          I could see the respect setting in, as he said, I never liked them, before!

    1. Interesting! Yeah… empty eyes… sounds like a country song. I never thought much about it, other than zombies or spirits of sorts.
      The artist has done well with this theme. Happy to say I see his work all over on walls and trucks, which are paying jobs. πŸ™ƒ
      You’re back? 😘

    1. Def surrealism!
      Kizmet’s on a roll with these guys!
      Only a couple more pics to draw for the new PBH adventure. Once this post calms down, I’m going to plug in what I have, see what we need.
      The Meece are going to town!!!! xoxoxo

  4. I’m with Holly. This is so cool. Love the colors and the science fiction magazine cover look. Perfect. I know you could write a story about it. It’s great and worth the 75 steps…at least for your audience. I’m with you…the flatter the ground, the happier I am.

    1. It is a very story image. Of course, I was drawn to work on the new Art Gown for awhile today. Once I pass the 1/2 way point, the excitement builds.
      I’m from the prairies. Wide open, flat spaces rock me! πŸ˜€

    1. True, the street art is endless here.
      I’m itching beyond belief to get out and walk and find art. However, it’s hotter than Hades, and heat warnings have been in effect for a week, and another week coming up.
      No point walking 6 blocks, vomiting and fainting.
      Almost ready to make a new PBH – AGMs post! Both pencil sketches I sent you recently have made the cut.
      I’m going all out tongue-in-cheeky!!!!
      xxxxxxxxxoooooooo

      1. OOOHHH>. Excited. Excited. So much better FOR ME than you being ill. Seriously I have been reading of all these heat waves. Even here we have had a far warmer summer than usual. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  5. Think three heads must be better than two (we men are probably the best example of that) and hopefully better than one too – although women mostly do better with one than we men do with two. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ Excellently captured, my friend. πŸ™‚

  6. This is so cool, Resa. I love the design and bright colors. Thanks for sharing, Resa!
    I wonder what the artist had in mind–past, present, future? Three versions of self? So much to wonder about. πŸ˜€

  7. Oh, Resa – third time around because I had to think about this mural. There is so much symbolism in three (hence my comments on my 3rd time here) Three is considered as the perfect number, the number of harmony, wisdom and understanding. It is also the number of time – past, present, future; birth, life, death; beginning, middle, end – it is the number of the divine. A brilliant find, my dear friend.

    1. Rebecca!

      As always you have a very thoughtful comment.
      I agree about all the magic in 3.
      Sidran suggested it was reminiscent of Trimurti.
      It is a fab find. I still have more art to post, but I’m dying to get out there and find more.
      The heat wave is precluding that. However, I do need the time to view the Noms. “Halston” is wonderful!

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