Medium:Digital Silver Rag Print
Two very blurred army figures. One is close up on the face and in the foreground on the left side the other is in the background.
"'Although most people think that they are war conscious, are they really? So far removed from the far-flung battlefronts, can they be?' -Major Oscar Mitchell, April 15, 1944. The declaration of war is among the most profound decisions a society can make. With it come great consequences, sadness, and turmoil. To glorify or romanticize war is a common and, perhaps necessary theme; however, there is no glory or romance in war. To censor or minimize the ugliness of war serves only to trivialize the sacrifices made by those who serve." -Jason Rutter