Horses Head in Bed
A Window Display by Byron Osmond - May 6, 2006
? What does it all mean?
This window display was put up some time around May 6, 2006, by a Port Credit Artist Byron Osmond.
It has an interesting mixture of apology and warning (the smaller post-it notes, centre), to others.
His works regarding Hazel McCallion have in the past stirred up quite a controversy and it appears this will do the same.
Other related web-pages are here;
Hazel McCallion Angel or Devil
Hazel McCallion's picture is offensive to the entire community
A suggestive horses head in a bed with Byron's business cards with a bloody sword by the bedside,
under an apology as the Mayor appears to have little sense of humor.
From a "Port Credit Story"? Is there going to be more about this sad tail?
I hear he has been run out of business and soon out of town.
The bloody sword, a column of media money, a devils mask, many other hats to wear and a dogs butt - what role do they play?
This window and Hazel's portrait are best viewed at night.
Mr. Osmond does take a good picture of a "difficult" subject.