Paintings recently mentioned in “From Detroit to Harlem: The Butcher’s Daughter” an article in Art Hopper magazine.

Hatfield’s A Death Blow is a Life Blow to Some depicts muscular arms prying open a lion’s mouth while releasing a flood of pink roses that float in space towards the viewer. The tension in the allegory provides an attraction that gives the viewer pause to dissect its meaning.


Full article.
The Butcher’s Daughter