Phil, I'm a little thick. I don't get it. Is it a statement about Christianity or about christians? Maybe neither...
i'm sold.count me in on whatever the bull and cherub are selling. :)
this style is friggin great, you have the gift my son.
there is a very hispanic influence permeating your work. That's not surprising of course, but really cool.
hey el, thanks for the comment. we went to new zealand, left early to continue our journey, as the result of prayer and a stumble and a leap. we're back in washington. i work in the bothell/woodinville area now, living in mountlake terrace. i would have written you an email but it's possible that i misplaced your address. blog comments are fine by me. peace.
Phil, this is amazing. Of your work, this is one of my favorites. This one, and Welcome, Cain... and the Hungry Winter Red Dog. Your pieces are so thoughtful and thought-provoking.
That last anonymous was me.Toddwww.livejournal.com/users/toddtrembly
thanks for your feedback everyone... my hope is to do a series of tounge-in-cheek theological drawings.
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