Giclee Prints, Paper And Canvas
Matte Prints have image size 14″x18″ on 16″x20″ (41cm x 51 cm) size paper. Hand signed and numbered, 400 Limited Edition.
Canvas Prints have 16″x20″ (41 cm x 51 cm) image size on 20″x24″ size canvas for wrapping. Hand signed and numbered, 25 Limited Edition.
Whole sets of larger 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) prints of the twelve Brave New World paintings are also available.
All prints come rolled and shipped in a tube.
Original Painted In Sept. 2018, 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) Acrylic On Panel – SOLD to Fred Whitehead, Kansas City KS, USA through the Jones Gallery
IX: John went raging out of Lenina’s apartment after a call from Linda’s nurse. He’d never been taught in civilization, that without families, there were no need for funerals, and hospitals also served as crematoriums.
The Savage’s mother was passing by way of terminal bliss; making up for thirty years time without her joyous pharmaceuticals. She had gradually taken larger doses to stay higher for longer and longer upon returning, which would have been fine had her body not grown so weak and withdrawn, but it had. That’s when the days students arrived for death appreciation training.
The class sang songs about dying, each student applied makeup to their own chosen corpse, and, with the help of morticians and teachers, cremated one apiece. After pulling the levers, the students completed the lesson by eating chocolate eclairs, lollipops, other sugary sweets, and singing more songs. Linda passed peacefully while John cried in anguish by her side. Groups of students approached the recently departed Linda, who mocked her old and unusual appearance. John’s sorrow turned to blind rage again, and he boxed the 11-year-old Delta twin who’d made the rudest remark between the ears. The principal and funeral director tried to intervene, but John threatened more violence, and stormed out of the hospital.