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"A Cry To Heaven" appears as a theme in many of L-15's sculptures and in some they are specifically given the title.
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Cry to Heaven One
Cry to Heaven 2
Cry to Heaven (Zero)
Cry to Heaven 1
"Cry to Heaven" as L-15 titled this piece appears on the stage of the Steve Allen Show appearances by Cheyanne Schatz (this piece is no longer available)
"Cry to Heaven 1" appears in the documentary "Twenty Years....Bernard Schatz: Sculptor" produced by VA Tech in 1983
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Cry to Heaven 2 and 3
A Horrible Scene #1
Aeschylus
Cry to Heaven 2 and 3 together in 2004 Exhibit
A Horrible Scene #1
Aeschylus
Last photographed at the Anderson Gallery 2004 Exhibit in Richmond, Virginia
The pose resembles Cry to Heaven but with an added serpent entering the neck and emerging from the mouth.
The pose resembles Cry to Heaven, note that Aeschylus was the father of Greek Tragedy
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Geschrai of Golk Golk 4 Grouped Masks
The Geschrai of Golk Golk, 4 Grouped Masks (Mixed Media Materials)
Geschrai translates from German as "Cry Out." Golk Golk is the name of one of two of L-15's Inter-galactic Angel visitors. They are referred to in his 1986 exhibit documentation. It is in L-15's handwriting so you may want to scroll to the bottom of the page where there is a printed version of that part of the brochure's contents.