NEW YORK, NY
12.000 x 9.000 inches
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Digital Art - Digital Collage
The title of this piece comes from the book of the same name, by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend, which reconstructs an ancient Norse myth: a man named Amlodhi or Amleth owned a mill that produced peace and plenty; later on, during darker times, it ground out salt. Finally coming to rest at the bottom of the sea, it milled rock and sand, stirring up a large whirlpool called the Maelstrom (literally a "mill-storm"), which is located just off the Norwegian coast. The Maelstrom is purportedly an entrance to the land of the dead. (Artwork & description created & copyright � by Eric Edelman. All rights reserved.)
August 25th, 2010
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