Ladies and Gentlemen!
Leoart in the vein of Roman Opałka!!!!
A famous and acknowledged archaeologist Ms. Agnieszka S. noted that his picture
alludes not only to Opa³ka's art but, also, to the oldest Greek and Italian epigraphic monuments. The picture features Bustrofedon, that is a text written in subsequent lines from right to left and then from left to right. The name comes from the Greek language (bus = ox, strofe = furrow) and denotes "the turn of an ox" which means the way in which an ox ploughs soil. In Leo's case it adopts the form of a spiral going inwards, which probably means ... and so on, and so on.