This is exactly what I noticed, as well: it is a study in geometrical shapes. The ovals from the hat, the table and chair mounts are of central interest; then, you have the nice rectangle in the upper left, with the angled line on the upper right. Funny, that would be the last thing to occur to me about this shot. Even if meant in a tongue in cheek way, if we saw her face the image would then be about the woman. In my view it is most emphatically not about her - she is helpful as a focal point to support the geometrical shapes that surround her. Great job, Professor S.