A square-shaped painting with the appearance of looping and knotting tubes, reminiscent of large intestinal parts in various pastel tones, piled up centered at the bottom. Creams and Bismuth pinks mute saturated shades of turquoise, fluorescent pink, red, and magenta. Varied texture and sheen are applied to the tendril, ventricle-like shapes that open and flow into one another.
At the top, just left of center is an eye (a wink to Francis Cugat), and ever so faint below is a shadow of red lips. The story behind this piece has no relation to the book or any film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, but I can not deny that the imagery from the original book cover does bear some resemblance.