As art is a visual medium, for the most-part, a prime question might we'll be 'What do you see?', but more importantly it is about 'what do you feel?' "Art is about your surroundings and how they make you feel" We can probably understand this statement quite easily, as we might choose art work for a particular effect in decor, or the subject of an art work may be of a place or a person and thus conjure an emotional response in us. The three images all relate to the sea, but are all very different both in what they portray and in the senses that they arouse. Of course they may awaken memories of particular places and times in personal experience, but regardless they can shape our mood, our feelings, as we view them.
"Waiting" What for? How long? Where are you going? Who with? What baggage are you carrying? Who are you talking with? What is your mood? All these are questions that might be asked of this painting, as they might also be of ourselves in any moment.
There are a variety of reflections here - all personal to me while seeking to inspire reflection in others. Almost exclusively they are associated with images of mine, which I trust is helpful to those of us who think visually! Comments are always welcome.