7.500 x 10.250 x 1.000 inches
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Painting - Acrylic On Archival Board
This is Capra, daughter of Menac. She has just received a letter from Aquila, her true love, and she must hurry to follow the directions he has sent if she is to free them both from the spell of the wizard, Kolraw. The sorcerer formed an alliance with Aquila's father, King Raeb, then betrayed and murdered the king and his counselor, General Menac. Kolraw now holds the families of the two great men hostage in a secret location. All this was done to coerce Aquila and Capra to take their places as puppet monarchs under the wizard's control. The two lovers refused to do Kolraw's bidding, so he cast a spell on them. Under this curse Capra has complete freedom in a lush garden, but if she wonders from the center of the garden she begins to change more and more from human to goat! If she leaves the garden she will remain a white goat forever with only a goat's mind and memory. Aquila is free to roam the entire world in his human form, but if he comes near Capra's garden he will begin to take on the form of a black eagle. If Aquila stays in the garden he will forever be a bird of prey with only the priorities of a bird. What news is in the letter? Have Aquila and Capra truly found a way to regain their freedom together and save their families? Will Capra be able to remember the information or keep from eating the letter as the spell changes her mind and body into a goat?
June 30th, 2011
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