Thursday, May 13, 2010

New Release: "Once in a Lullaby"

As they left the theater they felt moved not only by the spectacle and songs, but also by the underlying theme of the film. Throwing caution to the wind they kissed on the street in public. Something very taboo for 1939. They closed their eyes and wished, perhaps one day they would not have to hide their lives in the shadows, but simply live and love freely in a land that they heard of once in a lullaby.

I couldn't do a series about things that are perceived iconic to gay culture without including The Wizard of Oz. With it's connections to rainbows, "friends of Dorothy", and Judy Garland, it was a given.

The original is available for purchase, but will remain with the Lyman-Eyer Gallery through the end of my upcoming show, Iconic. Limited edition Gallery and Studio prints are available for purchase at the Special First Day Price through Midnight ET tomorrow. 

1 comment:

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