After alot of deliberation about whether to put text on these I've decided against it, using text was always my 'formula', and a really simple way to be direct about the points I was making in my work. However I think a poignant title can be just as powerful, in a subtle and perhaps more effective way.
I love Charming Baker's paintings, and his titles are really effective in adding further dimension to each piece. When I look at a painting by him and then read the title, I start to visualize something else and reflect on alot more than just the image I am looking at.
'My Weakness is Invariably Stronger Than I Am'
Oil on Linen 2010
'Just Because Everything is Different Doesn't Mean Anything Has Changed'
Oil on Linen 2012