South African Artist SAREJESS and The Flying Dutchman
The great South African artist SAREJESS looked at the oil painting of the old Grandfather Clock with Egyptian markings he felt compelled to paint a few nights earlier.
What he wondered did this painting mean?
SAREJESS felt inclined to cover the canvas of the painting with a sheet.
For inwardly, he somehow felt that the world was not ready to gaze at the painting just yet.
Even looking at the painting itself gave SAREJESS a sense of foreboding.
He felt like he was in an episode of The Twilight Zone whenever he looked at it.
Just like he felt that he was in an episode of Rod Serling’s Night Gallery when he painted it.
SAREJESS left his studio and walked down to the beach near the town of Port Elizabeth where he lived.
He breathed the winter air (for it is currently…
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