Every great painting has a place your eyes never focus on.
Usually a black space. There's nothing there, right?
But then again, sometimes that's the most important part of it. Because it moves your eyes to the part you're supposed to be looking at, the part that means something.
Sometimes the negative space is the most meaningful.

Have you ever stared into the darkness, or listened to the silence, and seen or heard more there than if a thousand colors or words were flashing by?

If you're ever looking for me, you can find me in the negative space.