9. The Throne Of The Wanderer

I built for hours through the night while the wanderer slept beneath the blue blanket. There was much that I had to do to build this person a home, for the small buildings are useless on their own. First I cleared the ground, unplugging all the buildings in the area and piling them up nearby. These buildings are the materials I will use to create a new vision. I began to arrange them, first creating a dais, a base upon which to build. As I plugged the buildings into each other and they began to draw energy once more from the earth, the golden glow returned, spreading warm radiance into the cold night air. At first I was uncertain of my direction, but as I continued to build upwards, I began to realize that what I was creating a glowing throne. Not only would this wanderer have a home in the wasteland, but they would have sovereignty too, ruler of their own destiny.

Artwork Info

Type of Work Prints, printmaking, lithographs
Medium Stone Lithographs
Dimensions 18'' by 24''
Subject Matter figures, cities, wasteland, monsters, fire, destruction, healing, self love, Monsters, hatred

Artist Info

Neal McCormick

Joined: June 6, 2014

Rights: All Rights Reserved

Appears In 1 Album

14 items

Neal McCormick Printmaking Thesis Fall 2019