While looking through the Nash Art Gallery, a piece of artwork entitled "The Arc of Power" caught my attention. The piece included several large fists attached to the wall in a linear formation curving upward. It first caught my interest because the fists were all painted white, as if they were meant to somewhat blend into the wall. The way that they were assembled reminded me of the mouth on a smiley face, making me wonder whether the artist intended to create this illusion, or if there is a different meaning. It continues to interest me because as I try to analyze the title, I cannot come up with a reason for the pieces to be arced the way it is, and what would associate that with "power". My question for the artist would then be, what makes you formate the fists in an arc, and how does that relate to the title given to the piece?