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I oftentimes find myself creating things from my subconscious and only after I have finished them do I realize any possible topical significance, if any, beyond what I had in my mind at the onset of the project. Such is the case here. This piece certainly could be seen to have a religious connotation of Christ and the two thieves who were hung on crosses for their supposed crimes. In fact, I had written a full two paragraphs dissecting this art and alluding every inch to some religious doctrinal meaning in the past. However, these ideas had absolutely nothing to do with any inspiration or concept idea I felt in creating this work. The statues in the image are the artistic creations of Anne Norton and they reside in her beautiful Statue Garden in West Palm Beach, Florida, where I owned an art gallery for a number of years. The other images in the composite are gathered from my personal collection of images from the Southwest and the ocean off the Palm Beaches.

Ancient Tres’

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