Thomas Durham is a multi-talented artist who lives and works in Rhode Island. His art has appeared in exhibitions and museums in Europe, New York City, Washington, DC, and several eastern seaboard states.There are more than two hundred of the artist's works at his website, in four categories: sculptures, drawings, prints, and commissions. To go to the website's homepage, click here.
If you publish political articles at OEN which are
highly critical of Congress, feel free to include in your article one or more
of the three Congressional Rat images at Durham's
website. At the website's homepage,
simply click on the picture of "Rats in Congress" and upload the
image(s) to your files. The pictures are unnamed and are all dated 2010. The
artist has granted OEN authors permission to reproduce "Rats in Congress," with
or without acknowledgment.
To view the first OEN article with Durham's works, click
To view the second OEN article with Durham's works, click
This is the third article of Durham's works; all six of the images are in the Prints section at the artist's website.
I'm at a loss as to how to characterize the six
images briefly. I think "scary" applies equally
to all of them, and it's the humans' shame and acceptance of their fates in The
Detention Center that scares me the most.
But I will happily change the title during the modification period if I
think any commenter has a better suggestion.
Yes, I Have Apples For Sale
Loss of Innocence
The Detention Center
View From a Window
Raft of Medusa