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THE DANSE MACABRE

fantasy art, totem, puppet, marionette, man in the moon

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Original oil on Belgian linen, with narrative as follows: 'If the willow could weep, it would dream of cradling a sleeping infant in its Golden Boughs; If the Man in the Moon could laugh, he'd tumble and roll 'round this ship of fools and boldly dream of leaping cows; If the wall could wail, it would dream of scolding those credulous souls who've sacrificed their intellect on the alter of Faith; If Planet Zootopia could speak, she'd tell me from whence we came and where we're going, then dream once more the nightmare of the human wraith; But we are the stuff stars dream of as they sing the music of the spheres and dance the Danse Macabre.' (This is a work that will feature an MP3 recording of 'THE DANSE MACABRE,' written and performed by Patrick Pierson, that will play from inside the painting itself.) Image & text: copyright 2008 Patrick Pierson

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Votes: 9
Views: 1,170
Date: 6/4/09
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Art: Painting