Ananiel, The Singer of Dark Songs
One day as the sun began to set, the boats attempted to return to shore. Ananiel pleaded with them to stay. They ignored his words. So, in fit of anger he summoned the waves to do what his words could not. He wrenched their boats from shore until the land was lost to the horizon. In life, first seafarers had been his acolytes. In death, they were their own men.
Only 100 copies ever to be printed
Printed, signed and numbered by Peter Mohrbacher
Image Size: 16" wide x 21 ½″ tall
Paper Size: 18" wide x 24" tall
Printed on archival 300 gsm coated paper with archival pigment based ink
Ananiel, Angel of Storms
This season brings many things,
fairer tidings and fairer weather.
A bold and brilliant sky shining in golden hue,
these destined days without end.
Look to the horizon my sons,
see for yourself.
Its glory becomes us.