Replenish, 2010, gouache on archival digital print/ Hahnemühle, 10” x 14”. Horse derived from Khusraw discovers Shirin bathing in a pool from a Khamseh (Quintet) by Nizami, mid 16th century Safavid dynasty from Shiraz, Iran. Smithsonian, Gift of Charles Lang Freer, F1908.262a-b. Photo source of bridge in Mosel, Iraq: FLICKR, JamesDale10. 17” x 20.625” FRAMED A thirsty horse from a 16th century Persian painting stands on the edge of a crater of a bombed bridge in Mosel, Iraq. Its empty saddle suggests a fallen warrior; its tail flows into the cavity like a river of blood.
Dimensions: 10 x 14 inches