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  • Artwork by Carl Brenders
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Fall Guy

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'Fall Guy' by Carl Brenders

Carl's own words on this fabulous painting:-

The title of this painting has several different meanings. Most obviously it refers to the season of the year, as indicated by the brightly colored autumn leaves. Another meaning is American slang for a scapegoat - someone who undeservedly takes the blame. Sadly that has been the case with the much maligned wolf. For me, however, this image will always be a reminder of an especially dramatic period in my life, when I literally was “the fall guy.” I was doing some maintenance work at my house when I fell ten feet from a ladder that slid away. I wasn’t dead, nor was I paralyzed, breaking only my left shoulder, but it hurt everywhere in my body. After a week I could (O, wonder!) sit and paint. It was the only thing I could do. So this painting helped me through that difficult period. Thank you “Fall Guy!"

 

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Image size: 22"width x 32"height.

 

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