By Thirteen for Halloween on May 15, 2008 | In Scratchboard
This is the first of my Mask series of etchings. The poem reads:
- On Halloween Night
You can easily see
All your dreams realized
Of what you wish you could be
I’ve loved the tale of the Headless Horseman since I was a child (as retold by Walt Disney). When I grew older I read the story by Washington Irving which, surprisingly, I found that Disney had stayed very true to (he must have liked it the way it was).
Now why a cat mask for the Headless Horseman? I suggest you ask him, but I must warn you: "You can’t reason with a Headless Man!"
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