"The immortality clause" © Chris Eisenbraun
frames are notoriously flimsy. I was warned when I had it
framed, but.... Anyway, one of the corners of the frame is
slightly dented but otherwise the frame is still in pretty
good shape. What can I say? This piece has traveled all around
the world with me :) There AND back again <lol>. It's
an early work and I'm trying to clear out the shelves for
some more serious stuff. Support the arts, buy a painting!
piece is a parody on Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel piece.
The whole painting is done a la contourism, except for the
two hands in the middle (and the moon). His is more painterly,
and hers seems to be catching it <g>.
symbolism type of detail: the dress she wears is peach colored,
skin-toned. Vampires are dead. No real need for reproductive
organs (a quality of the living), etc. It's all a facade,
window dressing. But they raise interesting questions, one
in particular: what price would YOU pay for immortality?