"Song of Spain / Que siembran el viento y cosechan tempestades"
hand-reduction screenprint
22" x 30"
The whirlwind blowing through the composition is a metaphorical reference to the last 350 years of Spanish history, beginning with the Inquisition and Napoleonic wars as impacting the life and times of Goya, and proceeding to the 20th century and the despotic murderous rule of Franco. The futuristic bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava, actually located in Barcelona, provides a open symbolic passage to a potentially brighter future for the people of Spain. This print edition of 40 impressions is respectfully dedicated to the freedom of an independent Catalonia.