A surrealist monochromatic noir self-portrait photograph that plays on Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven." My middle name is Lenore, and my older brother used to torture me as a child, as most older brothers worth their salt do, by quoting "The Raven" to me, no doubt trying to scare me to death. It obviously worked. Please visit my Surreally art gallery to see all my artwork that came about from being relentlessly tortured by my brothers as a child.
This artwork is available in a variety of framed and unframed gallery-quality giclee prints, home decor items such as velvety soft duvet covers, fabric shower curtains and decorative throw pillows, as well as greeting cards, tote bags and phone cases.
6.1.16 The Open Hand Contest: 3rd Place (tie)
9.5.15 Fan Art Contest: 3rd Place (tie)
7.19.15 Love You To Death Contest: 3rd Place (tie)
4.2.15 Something Eerie Photography Only Contest: 2nd Place (tie)
This image was honored by being featured in the following outstanding gallery groups at Fine Art America:
Women Who Run with the Wolves
All Types of Women
In the Mood
Creative Art Photography
Images That Excite You
Mutamea - My Change
First Friday Gallery Group
Fine Arts Professionals
Creative Digital Art Community
Copyright 2013 Susan Maxwell Schmidt, all rights reserved.
January 5th, 2015
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