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Art of the Day: Friday May 21, 2004

"Snow White and the Apple"

- by Jasmine Ann Becket-Griffith

This week's theme: Apples

Apples - a simple fruit found in lunch boxes. Well, not exactly. They are a prize for the Gods, keep the doctor away, and are often used to "bribe" the teacher on test day. Traditional symbols of the harvest, we use them to decorate our homes at holidays and through out the year. We find them in our legends, our religions and our favorite stories. Not only were apples used in various spells and seductions, they were a major player in the downfall of mankind. Quite a resume for a "simple fruit."

Oh... they taste good, too.

-Melissa Morton


Art: Snow White and the Apple by Artist Jasmine Ann Becket-Griffith
"Snow White has always been one of my favourite Grimm's Fairy Tales. This piece is an acrylic painting on an 18"x14" canvas."

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