MOBA Art Too Bad To Be Ignored


Norman Wallace
16" x 20"
Oil on Canvas
Purchased at a Boston thrift store, September, 2009

A young boy ponders the flapping wings of a distant bird, shortly after the impact of a flapjack on the side of his head. The delicacy of the bird's flight is a subtle counterpoint to the delicacy of the pat of butter still embedded in the hitherto airborne breakfast item.

Guest Interpretator:
Mr Joel Srebnick, Newport News VA

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