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Art of the Day: Monday October 26, 2015

The Bride

- by Sara Field

This week's theme: Halloween

Americans will spend about 8 billion dollars on Halloween. That's not as much as Christmas, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day or Father's Day, but it's the only holiday on that list that doesn't involve the gift giving. That means money spent at Halloween isn't spent on tradition, to show how much you care about someone or - if you're a cynic, guilt. That means that almost 8 billion dollars will be spent on simply having fun. Money well spent, I think. Happy Halloween and have a good time!


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Art: The Bride by Artist Sara Field
"She might become ten thousand times more malignant than her mate, and delight, for its own sake, in murder and wretchedness."

Frankenstein is one of the most beautifully written books I have ever read.

A grotesque 'monster' is feared, loathed and misunderstood, while perceived 'beauty' may lack compassion, conscience and mercy.

Made as a companion piece to 'Mary Shelley's Monster', both acrylic paintings have collaged text from her novel added. The originals have been sold but both prints are available though ImageKind or possibly my etsy shop.


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