Feathered Sculpture - Virgil A. Walker

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Pheasant, chicken, duck     39" x 24" x 11"

Shakespeare could heap more meaning-weight on fewer words than anyone I know. Quietus is borrowed from Hamlet’s ‘to be or not to be’ speech and is a Latin term for the ending of events, relationships and even lives. In facing what is gone, my father’s recent death resurfaced the importance of keeping an ironic humor in the face of loss.  He did. I hope to.


   Photo:  Mark Miskill

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