Congressional Series with Big Business

"When the Bankrs turn to Spiders"

"Even the Gods Call it Rape"

"Stand Your Ground"

For OpEdNews: GLloyd Rowsey - Writer

May 21, 2010 at 09:12:40

Seven Political Works by DC Artist Thomas Durham
Thomas Durham is a multi-talented artist who works in Washington, DC. His art has appeared in various museums and exhibits there.More than two hundred of Durham's works can be found at his website by clicking here. Many of these are too "Americana" for my taste; but if you visit Tom's website and provide the name(s) of works you particularly like in a comment to this article, they will be considered closely for subsequent articles at OEN.

The three works that initially caught Rob Kall's eye (and mine) are Durham's three "Rats" Depictions of Congress.If these seem exceptionally appropriate to you as depictions of the human life forms in Congress, request that they be set aside for future OEN articles and common use by OEN authors in pieces highly critical of that most august body. Post your request in a comment to this article, mentioning that you will look for future articles displaying one of the "Rat" depictions when you peruse OEN's front page for pieces to read.

Seven Endangered Species by Tom Durham

For OpEdNews: GLloyd Rowsey - Writer
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, and eastern seaboard states.

More than two hundred of Durham's works can be found at his website by clicking here. Visit Tom's website and take your time exploring there. Then provide the name(s) of works you particularly like in a comment to this article, and they likely will be included in a subsequent article at OEN.Also, 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 Tom's website. At the website's homepage, simply click on the picture of "Rats in Congress" and upload the image(s) to your files. Feel free to provide your own name(s) for the Durham art in your article.

here follow seven of Durham's tributes to vanishing species on earth, beginning with angelic man; these images may be found mainly on Page 7 in the Prints section at his website:

http://www.opednews.com/index.php?hot=11&title=Life%2FArts.

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