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Ink on cotton
21.125 x 21.125 x 0.75 in.
Gift of the Kathryn C. Wanlass Foundation

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  • Arts in prisons - Sources:
    - Work cat.: Arts in prisons, 1983.
    - Hennepin
  • bandoliers - Shoulder belts worn across the breast that hold ammunition within pockets, loops, or cases or from which a wallet might be suspended at the side; also, decorated straps worn over the shoulder and across the breast by North American Indians. For bags with attached straps worn by North American Indians over the shoulder and across the breast, use "bandolier bags."
  • Birds of prey in art - Sources:
    - Hillman, Anthony. Carving birds of prey : with patterns and instructions for 12 projects, 1992.
  • chain
  • Clowns
  • desert
  • Devil - Sources:
    - Britannica Micro.
    - Orlov, Andrei A. Dark mirrors : Azazel and Satanael in early Jewish demonology, c2011:
  • grave
  • man
  • Pearl necklaces - Sources:
    - Work cat.: Pearl necklace and coral, South Korea, June 1979, via University of Washington digital collections, International Collections, Mar. 9, 2021.
    - Collins dictionary website, Mar. 9, 2021
    - Lexico [OED] website, Mar. 9, 2021
    - Becker, V.Pearl neck lace, 2016:
  • Pistols
  • Prisoners - Sources:
    - LC database, Jan. 24, 1997
    - Nat. crim. jus. thes.
  • Serpentes - Suborder containing around 2,900 species of reptiles with a greatly elongated body, tapering tail, smooth scaly integument, and in some species, venomous properties. Snakes represent a lizard that, over the course of evolution, has undergone structural reduction, simplification, and loss as well as specialization of characteristics. All snakes lack external limbs, but not all legless reptiles are snakes. All snakes are carnivorous and can be distinguished from legless lizards by their lack of eyelids, limbs, external ears, and vestiges of forelimbs.
  • skull
  • sombreros - High-crowned hats made of felt or straw with a very wide brim usually rolled at the edges, worn especially in the American Southwest and Mexico.
  • stars - Massive self-luminous celestial bodies of gas that shine by radiation derived from internal energy sources. There are tens of billions of trillions of stars composing the visible universe.
  • sun
  • tattoos - Permanent marks or designs on the skin made by puncturing and inserting pigments. Practiced in ancient times until the present day worldwide and popularized in European and non-indigenous American culture since the 18th century by seamen returning from Polynesia. Motives for tattooing vary by culture. Tattoos may be purely decorative, may indicate rank in social structures, or be applied for spiritual reasons.
  • women

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