The Sorcerer's Tower

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TITLE // The Sorcerer's Tower
ARTIST // Jeffrey Bowman
SIZE // 24" x 36" x 1.5"
MEDIUM // oil and graphite on gallery wrapped canvas

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I couldn't sleep that night. The idea of climbing a mountain didn't seem appealing much less possible. Dye assured me that the feat could be achieved. I guess if you live your life as a wizard, anything is possible. I should probably remember that. We left before the two suns started their climb. Dye was mumbling something resembling a spell. I let him mutter hoping whatever he was doing would aid me in my ascent. My hands were as wet as the air, and I thought to myself that wet hands could be a convenient excuse. I am forever padding my failures.

As we approached the base of the mountain Dye's mumblings became louder. To the point of me worrying about it giving up our location. I touched his shoulder, and it all went white. The Primer. When my visioned returned, I was standing on the mountain peak looking at a tower. Dye whispered, "You might want to move away from the edge and sit down." I shuffled my way back to his location. "What the hell happened?"I asked. Dye smiled,"magic." I was alarmed and somewhat angered. However, I felt the anger dissipate when I realized I had achieved the climb after all. A victory is a victory, don't let your ego tell you different.

I watched Dye document our view. While he painted on the small canvas, he was whispering. It sounded sweet and playful. He was talking to the green, and she answered him. A green mist slowly started covering the tower. Dye painted the green to the painting. The fog hugged the tower. It would act as the hand holding the target still. He added lines to serve as measurements along the side of the tower to help guide his arrows. The piece should have been more significant, the size of the tower was remarkable. However, in our situation, I should be happy he's painting anything at all. The moment seemed to tense for me to think of anything artistic. Dye studied his markings. He held up a thumb and moved it up and down the tower. He was confident. The green would continue her attack on the tower. Her heavy embrace would leave the sorcerer vulnerable to our offense. I noticed my hands balled into a tight fist. This, this is the calm.


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