"Earth’s distant orb appeared the smallest light that twinkles in the heaven; whilst round the chariot’s way innumerable systems rolled and countless spheres diffused an ever-varying glory. It was a sight of wonder: some were hornèd like the crescent moon; some shed a mild and silver beam like Hesperus o'er the western sea; some dashed athwart with trains of flame, like worlds to death and ruin driven; some shone like suns, and as the chariot passed, eclipsed all other light." From "Queen Mab" by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1813)

Monday, 22 February 2010

The Folk Art Of Cactus County part #4

In keeping with the Mexican theme of the Day of the Dead I try and incorporate some words of Spanish in some of the works. This one even has a Spanish title "La última Paja" which I'm hoping translates as "The Last Straw". Acrylic on canvas.

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