Deck out your device with 15% off smartphone cases & laptop skins. Use code DEVICE15.

Acrylic on Canvas 18"w X 26"h original. Two women. If you look closely they are the same one. The picture tells a story of bondage.

All Products

bondage, women, despair, freedom, escape

I am a retired Elementary school teacher(retired in 2003), artist (Painting-Acrylic & Mixed Media), poet, and photographer. I like the challenge of composing and capturing straight out of the camera. Last summer I started Gray’s Photo Tours. The concept is to provide guided photographic tours or Photo classes for visitors of this scenic area and portraits on locations of their choice. My moto is “I specialize in NOT specializing.”

View Full Profile


  • Barbara Sparhawk
    Barbara Sparhawkover 6 years ago

    Disturbing. I’d rather think the she on the right was pushing away the lock, not reaching for it. What things we do to ourselves.

  • kathibook
    kathibookover 6 years ago

    Powerful. Love that you chose not to give the woman a face…somehow makes her all the more codependent.

  • Sandra Gray
    Sandra Grayover 6 years ago

    This painting was rejected by the juried Monterey County Fair and therefore not shown in last years exhibit!

  • Joseph  Tillman
    Joseph Tillmanalmost 4 years ago

    Meaningful and disturbing. Yes, a very powerful statement. A fav

desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait

10%off for joining

the Redbubble mailing list

Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox. Free for your convenience.