I like it.
To me, it represents the mind in search of answers but arriving to find more confusion and questions than originally perceived. A man atop a cliff's edge only gets there by travel. In one's travels, they search for knowledge, truth, and the answers to any questions, however intricate or simple, they may have. Now we find our traveler with a clear vision of muck and opacity. We merely see the tip of the iceberg, or mountains, if you will. It gives a little push to dig deeper but ultimately finding nothing we didn't know before. It's an urge to push.
I kinda want to push him off the ledge.
With technique in mind, it's pretty good. Very Rococco in color and flair. The use of neutrals make it gritty enough for me to like. Just work on your definition on form and space and you've really got something.