Oh sure, we're all familiar with Tennessee Williams's Cat On a Hot Tin Roof. Brilliant piece of work. But all artists have their low points. The times when they doubt their abilities. They start a piece and labor over it, sure there's something there if they can only draw it out. Sometimes they just have to walk away from it for awhile to get a new perspective. Is it possible that this very photo is the evidence Williams scholars have been searching for? Is it possible that what became Cat On a Hot Tin Roof started out as Cats on Cold Wet Logs? I leave it to you...and the scholars. I'm simply a vehicle for the evidence.

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