This painting is called "Mom's Foot Blue and Orange" by Sue Williams in 1997. This painting's medium is oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas. The painting is 8'2" x 9'. This painter uses a lot of sexual motifs in her paintings with a cartoon feeling. In the painting there are big toes popping out in floppy blue and orange shapes. When I first looked at the painting I had no clue what the painting was about. When I read the title I was taken back that there are suppose to be a foot in the picture. I don't see the foot. I do like how it looks cartoon like and that the strokes are flowing and not structured. I like the complementary colors that she used and stuck with only those two colors. I am not sure if I like this painting or not. I picked it because I wanted to see what other people thought of it and I was intrigued by the title. The artist used displaced sexual motifs such as spiky heels, pointy shoes, big toes, and pudendalike feet. This is a very interesting painting. The artist's inspiration came from Don Martin's magazine called Mad Magazine.