Title: With his ivory arm frankly thrust forth in welcome, the other captain advanced, and Ahab, putting out his ivory leg, and crossing the ivory arm (like two sword-fish blades) cried out in his walrus way, "Aye, aye, hearty! let us shake bones together!—an arm and a leg! - an arm that never can shrink, d'ye see; and a leg that never can run. Where did'st thou see the White Whale? - how long ago?"
10.75 inches by 7.75 inches
acrylic paint, charcoal and ink on found paper
October 24, 2010