36.000 x 72.000 inches
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The End Of The Innocence
Painting - Oil On Canvas
I actually had this dream. And when i awoke i heard the Blue Oyster Cult song on the radio, "Don't Fear the Reaper."
The song to me said that the lovers had Paradise and Eternal life with their Love, But the Reaper came by with money to temp the woman and she fell for it. "She had become like 'they' are."
"They" means the crass mass of people trying to buy their happiness.
That particular skeleton guy, my Reaper here, was from a poster i found on a city lamp post in Chicago in 1978! There was no signature on it. So if its yours, You can take credit.
The particular models for this piece are , ahem, uh, well..,,yeah . You get it.
The guy on the left was about to be put on waivers. And the comment by this woman to another person was, about that guy on the left, "The guy never had any Money."
I still don't.
February 11th, 2007
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