Tuesday, November 17, 2009

They watched in anger as the pious crowd brutalized the young men while shouting vulgarities and invoking the Almighty. It was obvious that over the centuries
the people's devotion had been perverted into this bloodlust. And they had finally had enough.

Once they saw the ropes being strung up they broke their edict, showing themselves. They could no longer wait until death had come to do their task, they would end these
atrocities now. As they descended from above, like birds of prey, some swooped the tortured youths from the clutches of their persecutors, carrying them off to safety, while
others turned their attention to the fleeing mob.

The original is on consignment with the Lyman-Eyer Gallery. While available for purchase, it will remain with the gallery for my 2010 solo exhibit in July. Limited edition Gallery and Studio prints as well as open edition Portfolio prints are available for purchase at the Special First Day Price through Midnight ET tomorrow.

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