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Half Eaten Apple

Mark Yale Harris's avatar Mark Yale Harris

Mark Yale Harris' Half Eaten Apple is a bronze sculpture that is 8' tall on it's steel base. The name, Half Eaten Apple, is taken from the lyrics of a John Hyatt song "The Most Unoriginal Sin" recorded by Willie Nelson, " "What there was left of us, was all covered in dust and thick skin, a half-eaten apple or the whole Sistine Chapel, painted on the head of a pin. A lifelong love's work, gone up in a smirk, and you didn't even see her waltz in. Now this love is a ghost, for having played host to the most unoriginal sin. At the wedding we smiled as some devil played wild violin. Soon after the chapel, she offered me that apple; one bite and I was gone with the wind".

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth: 30 inches
  • Medium: bronze
  • Width: 24 inches
  • Year created: 2015
  • Height: 72 inches