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Tangled and mangled they were found. Amidst lies and deceits of their own making. Never realizing how enmeshed they had become in their own deceits. Attached to their lies for eternity. Never being able to see what their perfidy had done to them. A Hell of their own making. Jailed to the bedrock of their lies with no escape possible. It started small, as most lies do, then grew to an enormity that encompassed their entire life and so within this dark shadowed existence they were to remain till the crack of doom awoke.One said aloud for all to hear, “how do I stop this perpetual torture? Is there any way to escape this bondage?” I watched silently as this terrible scene unfolded before my eyes. I did not wish to be seen by these helpless lost souls for I feared that they would petition me to somehow end their misery. I could only remain their witness, I thought, not their liberator. And so my dream, no my nightmare, continued until my reprieve arrived in the morning’s light.This nocturnal visitation was so alarming and so vivid that it demanded testimonial and so I grab my brushes and my paints and proceeded to recall what I had witnessed the night before. So here is a little tale of woe brought to life by oil, canvas and these words recalled Sir Walter Scott “Oh, what tangled webs we weave when first we practice to deceive”. visionary imagist “Joey”

Known as the Visionary Imagist Joey Supina is a well known artist. His painting have graced many private and public collections over the years. Founder and current Director of Sandusky Artisans Art Gallery he has led this gallery for many years. This Visionary is on many Boards including the Very Special Arts of Ohio. He continues to lead Sandusky Artisans Art Gallery into the future.

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  • AngelArtist
    AngelArtistabout 7 years ago

    This is really imaginative. He looks like he has a really big Pinocchio nose, too!

  • H Maria Perry
    H Maria Perryabout 7 years ago

    Our lies will entangle us in the end, eh? Great work.

  • Kitsmumma
    Kitsmummaabout 7 years ago

    Fantastic, your work is amazing. I love how you have portrayed the feeling of entaglement.

  • cruserart
    cruserartabout 7 years ago

    I think this one is my favorite of all as well as the verse. The words of Sir Walter Scott were told to my children many times while rearing them. Magnificent work!!!

  • Deri Dority
    Deri Dorityabout 7 years ago

    This is so cool! I love your translation of the mess that happens when people weave lies into their lives. Brilliant.

  • helene
    heleneabout 7 years ago

    Great work Joey – what a nightmare!

  • melynda blosser
    melynda blosserabout 7 years ago

    wow i would say that is entangled , great use of colors design , just brilliant

  • Kym  Breeze
    Kym Breezeabout 7 years ago

    Wow Joey, to be able to recall your dreams and bring them to life on canvas is wonderful and to do it so well, enjoy the reading as much as the art work…well done

  • simba
    simbaabout 7 years ago

    Excellent work Joey.

  • Wendy  Slee
    Wendy Sleeabout 7 years ago

    what amazing beauty you have created from something that was a nightmare….. does this mean there is hope for us, even if we have entangled ourselves in any such darkness…..? Is there an awakening, or some beauty behind it, as in your painting?

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