Here is a gallery
of the artwork I did for the story, Salem the Soldier in "Setting the Captives
Free." The display consists of the black and white prints from the book.
There are a few more
murals throughout Salem's website not featured here. Look for them as you
traverse Salem's web site.
Sorry if some of the graphics are less than perfect, but we have to work with what we have around here. Any comments, questions, broken links or problems with viewing, just drop me a line: Info@SalemTheSoldier.us.
Soldier, in full battle armor. From the cover of the book "Setting the Captives
Free" and the dedication page.
Salem sitting on the banister of his upper porch, fellowshipping with God and reading his Bible.
The mysterious and intriguing Rhialle the Shepherd. The Pastor/Teacher with two of his aides.
Roscoe (Ross), and the two brothers, Gunnar and Cutter John. Just clowning around on the road into battle.
Salem and Samantha on a very wild ride. Samantha at the reins of her four horse chariot and Salem hanging on for dear life! Yeeeeehaa!
Gunnar and Cutter John raise the flag, while under fire, at the gates of the enemy stronghold, Point Despair.
Roscoe and Jesse, the two big boys and great men of God, rush the gates and make the entrance, penetrating the formidable perimeter of the enemy stronghold of Point Despair!
Samantha, hurtling across the foyer battleground on the great, wrought iron chandelier.
With the crumbling stronghold in the background, Jesse makes an emergency evacuation by simply jumping for it! Right into thin air over the collapsing span of the access bridge!
Salem and his friend, Jesse, after the action. Sometimes you need someone to help you back to your feet.
Salem, saluting the reader on the last page at the end of the story.
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