Not everything in the recent exhibition was a works on paper

The most recent oil painting, titled "Mingles and Jingles", caused quite a bit of consternation with people attending the show.  Was it supposed to represent something real?  Was there some hidden meaning to the title?  Why do the three large blue rectangles seem to disappear from view? People were pleased with it nonetheless.  This represents the best of abstract painting, to  bring in the viewer with questions and wonder, while also being a balanced aesthetic experience at the same time.  Do you agree?

 Mingles and Jingles, #727, oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches, 

Mingles and Jingles, #727, oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches,