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by Brad Barton
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Our spiral notebooks are 6" x 8" in size and include 120 pages which are lined on both sides. The artwork is printed on the front cover which is made of thick paper stock, and the back cover is medium gray in color. The inside of the back cover includes a pocket for storing extra paper and pens.
Medusa is a vastly misunderstood character of Greek and Roman mythology. She was the original manhunter, cursed by Athena with a gaze so hideous, it... more
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Medusa is a vastly misunderstood character of Greek and Roman mythology. She was the original manhunter, cursed by Athena with a gaze so hideous, it would literally turn men to stone to gaze upon it. Male dominated stories see her as a monster, but she was a monster created by men. By being a strong, independent woman, she was abused and molested and driven to the madness that led to her curse.
So you decide - Hero or Monster?
Brad Barton, M.Photog,M.Artist,Cr, CPP is a North Texas based artist who tells people's stories and captures their emotions in sometimes fantastical, sometimes bizarre, sometimes surreal ways. Using his imagination, camera, and digital tools, he has created work for clients big and small. His work has been published in nationally distributed books and magazines, has been featured in feature length motion pictures, and has won numerous awards. His book from Amherst Media titled Retro Glamour & Pinup Photography was published in January 2017. His second book, Beautiful Monsters was published in May 2018 and his third, Seven Seas, was published in December 2019. He also published a card game featuring his artwork called Fairy Bargains...
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