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In the fairy tale, Master and Pupil, a student learns magic on the sly and learns how to shape shift into any animal. He enchants a bridle and has his father sell him over and over again, and eventually attracts the wizard's wrath. I borrowed this theme from the fairy tale and an eyeball reference of Frederic Remington's "The Bronco Buster" for this picture. It's a representation of the struggle I had with a teacher at art college. It was such a poor and oppositional relationship that I didn't learn much. I often experienced dread and terror attending her class; I didn't draw for months as a result.
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