Who Shot Charlie D – Stephen Fitzgerald

15 February, 2020

Because of the urgency, I did not have time to paint the artwork in oil so, I chose high definition dye on metal. The work would not have been possible without a procession of remarkable coincidences and, by trusting my feelings, I truly believe I have been guided with divine intervention. If you look closely you will find the snake and the apple in a representation of the Garden of Eden, on one side, and the destruction resulting from human greed on the other. The opposing mountains represent a monumental real life battle between good and evil. The work is riddled with metaphors and spirit meanings begging to be unravelled.

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