Bad Medicine – David Ezziddine – 16 x 20 Print – Signed/#


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Bad Medicine – 16 x 20 – Print

Signed and Numbered by artist

The size listed includes a white border to fit standard size frames without the need for matting.

All prints are on archival, museum quality, 100% acid free cotton-rag fine art paper.

In this scene, we have stumbled upon a witch in the middle of a perverse ceremony, which was not meant for our eyes. He is ancient, withered and rotting. He has captured several hummingbirds sent by the Prophet to spread knowledge to man. The witch has stolen this knowledge and seeks to use that power for his own rotten gain.

“Bad Medicine” is the second work in an ongoing series of paintings depicting events occurring at a crossroads of realities, where the physical and spiritual realms mingle and blend.

This character is inspired by the Skinwalker lore of the Navajo people and to my mind represents mans worst instincts and impulses.
Everyday, it is apparent that many people regard our base-instincts as a virtue, that they are a sign of strength. I find this to be quite disturbing.