This week a painting caught my eye. It didn’t have a name for it so it was “untitled.” However, since it was a whole bunch of paintings that looked similar, it belonged to a group of paintings called “Trepidation.” This is because the paintings were a bunch of shapes overlapping each other without any space between them. This type of trepidation is for people that are bothered by enclose spaces and need lots of room mentally, and physically. Marie Thibeault made sure to include no empty spaces. It represents claustrophobia and discomfort.