Photographer Wendy Denton titled this photo ‘greed.’ “The path of oil containers pulls the viewers eyes upward to the eventual conclusion of our acts,” Denton explaines. “ the skeleton of a hawk on a cross of punishment and sacrifice. Lightning strikes in the background illustrate the clash of values. Her latest work can be seen at the Timberline Gallery in Oakhurst through April 30.
Photographer Wendy Denton titled this photo ‘greed.’ “The path of oil containers pulls the viewers eyes upward to the eventual conclusion of our acts,” Denton explaines. “ the skeleton of a hawk on a cross of punishment and sacrifice. Lightning strikes in the background illustrate the clash of values. Her latest work can be seen at the Timberline Gallery in Oakhurst through April 30. Wendy Denton
Photographer Wendy Denton titled this photo ‘greed.’ “The path of oil containers pulls the viewers eyes upward to the eventual conclusion of our acts,” Denton explaines. “ the skeleton of a hawk on a cross of punishment and sacrifice. Lightning strikes in the background illustrate the clash of values. Her latest work can be seen at the Timberline Gallery in Oakhurst through April 30. Wendy Denton

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April 20, 2017 03:14 PM

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