"Hammers and Lambs" was a huge success. We sold out almost every night and added two shows. I just want to say, thank you to everyone that attended and supported this collaboration.
Last month was my solo exhibition entitled Hammers and Lambs (read about it HERE at the Orlando Weekly). I joined with Blue Star, producer and owner of the Orlando theater The Venue. Star created a show based around my work, and what she created was something very special.
Here are a few of the promo ads for the show...
Many photos were taken... Here are a few...
A story was written.
It was meant to guide the viewer
though the artwork and the production.
It went like this:
All of these women are alone. They are alone for different reasons.
I guess you’ve heard the story of the shepherd that broke his lamb’s leg. Many stories have been told about it.
And this shepherd was asked, “Did the lamb fall off of a mountain and do this?”
He said, “No.”
Said, “What happened?”
He said, “I broke her leg.”
Said, “Why did you break her leg? Are you a cruel shepherd?”
He said, “No, I love the lamb. But the lamb got to running away from me. And she kept straying out to itself. And I know the nature of lambs. And I know if they stray too far away, the wolf will get them. So I had to break her leg to keep her with me, to draw her to my bosom, to give her a little special food. And I’ll be so kind to her, that when her leg gets well, she’ll never leave me any more.”