I'm working on my favourite of my projects so far and I feel it expresses something very important. But I don't know if I should leave it ambiguous all the way through or to make it a realization at the end of the piece. I know I'm being vague, but this idea is important to me so I don't want to talk about it until it's been fully thought through. When is it appropriate to say what the point of a work is? I think it's particularly important to do this in art aimed at children, but it has always felt anti-artistic to do so. Art to me isn't really about saying something explicitly. It's about feeling and understanding beyond that.