They say a man is the word made flesh. So you’d think he’d at least have some say in it, wouldn‘t you? Take the dog boy. He says he’s just a grinder -- not fast, merely steady, and we believe him. But if he’s just a grinder, what on earth is he grinding? An axe, perhaps? They also say revenge is a dish best served cold, but I think a little foie gras and truffles would do quite nicely, thank you. Speaking of comestibles, maybe he’s just grinding his teeth. Nah, that’s more akin to gnashing. Comes with lots of weeping. Perhaps his nose then? Nope, he’d need a grinder to do that. Aha! To the dog boy, a grinder may simply be one who puts his nose to the grindstone and keeps it there. Still, I think of it literally as a kind of millstone....
Patrick Pierson: A TABLEAU OF DREAMS, NO LIMITS
Born Patrijk Anton-Piers in 1953 on the outskirts of Utrecht in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the artist changed his name to Patrick Pierson in 1991 when he and his family immigrated to America.
Initially represented and published by the Meisner Gallery in New York City, Patrick eventually settled in Palm Beach and established the Fyshwerks Company - a fine art studio, smithy, display gallery and publishing house that would become the birthplace for the creatures that were destined to inhabit the realm of Planet Zootopia.
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