Death Loves Me
Frieze Persephone
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Death Loves Me

14 X 15: Acrylics: 1995
Original: In the collection of Todd & Rita Lockwood
©Todd Lockwood

Another commission for Carl Gnam at Realms of Fantasy magazine. The story was a haunting tale by Tanith Lee. I greatly enjoyed alluding to the tale in the frieze. The fruit in the woman’s hand is a pomegranate, indicating that this is Persephone, the goddess of the underworld–Death.

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