The Beauty of Bones

Inspiration from simplicity and the skeletal scaffolding of wood and bone…

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When I was a youngster, I was both repelled and fascinated by skeletons and the remains of the dead. While bones will always retain a tinge of horror, anguish, revulsion, and all the associations of graveyards and slasher-movie screams, I also now find a beauty and magnetic charisma to their naked…




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