I've been seeing a constant flow of artwork, old and new, that have the subject blowing a giant bubble. The first time I saw one I thought it was cute, but weird. But now they're everywhere. A Google Images search of "chewing gum bubble on artwork portraits," will give dozens of examples, from celebrities to presidents to queens to the Mona Lisa. And considering the use of bubbles has been almost entirely used on artwork, and strangely, mostly on females, can any of us fine artists venture the philosophy or meaning behind these bubbles?
What's worse is that I personally have seen more males as bubble-blowers in my life, and this focus on female bubble-blowers could be a case of discrimination and extreme bias. Just kidding!
"@Drew, I used to see comedy routines in SF by a Bubbles. Was that you?" Comic relief is a great form of the theatrical arts though.
No, I am not that Bubbles! My spheres contain Bubbles within Bubbles.