Silent Cacophony

Silent Cacophony

As kids, we were supposed to attend catechism classes and kept trying to run away.  I finally went to the class out of respect for my parents.  During one of the lessons a nun turned and hit me with a ruler for what seemed to be no apparent reason.  Today, I look back and think about the silence present in some religious leaders, who can often commit evil acts and go unpunished.  Like the figures on the jar, they hide behind masks of propriety but I hear a cacophony of voices asking to unmask them.”  Virgil Ortiz

Virgil Ortiz Original Clay Works | TABOO Series
19″ x 14″
Traditional methods and materials:
Cochiti red clay, white clay slip, red clay slip, black (wild spinach) paint.




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