A.T. Day 2

August 26, 2009

A.T.-hangings

This morning I arrived and got the proof that I saught. Someone had indeed been in ‘The House’. It did not take any length of time to conclude what was going on. The gardeners had cut the lawn and they were about. I made them aware of who I was and what I was doing. But they declined to come in and look at the work.

Later however, one of the gentlemen wanted to know whether there was some sort of sermon being spoken and he asked to join. My guests opened the billowing curtains that separated him from us and we invited him to join. But again, he was skittish about coming in. Eventually he did pop his head in and tentatively look around and sprint back out again.

After my guests left, I heard him talking with other staff about a court case he had been involved in. I felt that indeed what was on the walls had permeated outside.

Some of the comments today had to do with the fact that at first the work may be something that might make you laugh. You may think them quaint, until you look again and you take in the details. The works theme creeps up on you.

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One Response to “A.T. Day 2”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Very different, very innovate


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