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After an impressive martial arts demonstration for the audience, Trudy stumbles upon a rusted sword that once belonged to a long-deceased pirate. Following suit, Trudy’s dog swims past her, finding one bone after another, unaware that the bones are really human remains. What will transpire after their discoveries is anybody’s guess!

For Janeen

Based on my occasional visits to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. Inspired by a conversation years ago with a former coworker, now a professional photographer, who shared with me a vision for her art

Imagined on the Metra Rock Island 8:05 to third shift, June 19. Developed further over a plain Filet O Fish sandwich and black coffee before third shift as well as lunch/work breaks overnight and breakfast at Panera State Street after third shift, June 21.

Crayola, Faber-Castell, and Prismacolor colored pencils; Crayola and Expo art markers, a Prismacolor Premier illustration marker, and a Sharpie
On a Moleskine cahier notebook
3.5″ x 5.5″