A rendition using pastel charcoal and white gel to accompany a villanelle about the fuss that existed over Marilyn Monroe's pansexuality. The villanelle is a 19 line lyrical poem with two rhymes and repeating lines all the way through. "Do not go gentle into that good night" is an example. The cameo roles demonstrate the increasing confusion of DiMaggio as he contemplated Marilyn's sexuality. She was quoted as saying that love should be the determining factor when it came to intimacy, and not gender.
About the Artist
Brian J Mackay
I'm a retired FE lecturer (62), having taught Marketing and Geography to Travel & Tourism students for twenty years or so, and I DO miss it a bit. My wife, Diane, is from Kendal, where she introduced me to the Lake District fells, tarns and lakes. They have been a source of inspiration for me (and…View full profile