F: 357-406 The F paintings combine to form a single image. Each painting is meant to be both part of the whole and separate. The bottom layer is an enlargement of page 404, which was then whited out and the words translated into numbers. This page was chosen for the illustration and definition of a frustum. On the top layer, is an enlargement and doubling of an illustration from a technical drawing book. Its purpose was to show that a common bucket is actually a section of a cone. In my iconography, the upward pointing cone/frustum represents embodied man ( imperfect, striving upwards ). The downward pointing cone symbolizes the Holy Ghost ( reaching downward from heaven to incarnate, bless, or transform ).