Tranquil Skies Watching the Dismemberment of Children

Charcoal, pastel and aged paper with original writing on 9 x 12″ 140lb watercolor paper  – Available at upcoming tour dates
11 x 14″ Archival Art Print – Coming soon

The aged paper reads, “The sky is so empty and tranquil, but I did not know it would drop so many bombs. I did not know a hospital needed to be decimated. I did not know these children needed to be taught a lesson. One that dismantles forms, one that makes theocracies cum.”

The sky can only be a voyeur to our masochistic ways. Oh, look. The moral compass must be pointing toward death again and our thirsts cannot be quenched.

Art Charcoal Drawing Pastel Drawing Poetry

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