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Wilder 2 - Illustration by Daniel Redfern Cook

Wilder 2 - Illustration by Daniel Redfern Cook

Wilder 1 - Illustration by Daniel Redfern Cook

Wilder 1 - Illustration by Daniel Redfern Cook

Bear Thrylls - Illustration by Daniel Redfern Cook

Bear Thrylls - Illustration by Daniel Redfern Cook

Spine Anatomy  primary functions of the spine include:        Protect the spinal cord, nerve roots, and internal organs      Provide flexibility of motion      Provide structural support and balance for upright posture.

Spine Anatomy primary functions of the spine include: Protect the spinal cord, nerve roots, and internal organs Provide flexibility of motion Provide structural support and balance for upright posture.

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(1) This work is by John Kenn Mortensen. (2) The intent of this work is to give a tangible representation of depression. (3) The dark figure is behind the man, yet he dominates the whole of the piece. The lack of color helps convey to the viewer a sense of sadness, and depiction of depression as a monster, its teeth wide, explains the pain on the man's face. (4) The theme of the work is depression.

(1) This work is by John Kenn Mortensen. (2) The intent of this work is to give a tangible representation of depression. (3) The dark figure is behind the man, yet he dominates the whole of the piece. The lack of color helps convey to the viewer a sense of sadness, and depiction of depression as a monster, its teeth wide, explains the pain on the man's face. (4) The theme of the work is depression.

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