David promised he was done with drugs. His latest farm girl Muse gave him a new lease of life so why does it seem he is falling harder than before?
Julia Harvester had everything taken from her. When the artist shows an interest in her she realises it’s time to make a change. Growing up on a farm she knows sometimes culling is necessary.
“No Davey, No!” where the last words he heard him cry. It took some time for him to remember his childhood but now the artist’s ‘tortured boy’ piece is ready, thanks to his latest muse.
Words Cut Deep (A Muse Extract)
ADDICT; JUNKIE; LOSER; HAS BEEN. David’s work speaks for itself. When he meets a new Muse the words change their tone.
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A City In Shade
You lose a little bit of yourself when you step into the Shady City. Artist, David Finn, knows all to well how it can swallow you up.
This Child Bugs Me
In order for David Finn to reach the lofty heights of the art world again he’ll have to address that bothersome fly with the help of coy farm girl, Julia Harvester. His latest MUSE.
As you move from THIS PLACE to THAT remember negativity is a heavy burden to carry.
Vets, Pets and Lonesome Nights
The Penn triplets have a reputation in the city, violent and wild, so when carrier with two sick rats was given to mild mannered vet, Alex Ferrald, a lot was at stake.
There are so few people in the Shady City like David Finn. He has spent a lifetime swimming against the currents of poverty, drugs and abuse. When his latest painting is bought by an enthusiastic collector he is given a reminder of how much his art has affected people’s lives.
Can we have some quiet please? It is a clinic after all.
Creating noise won’t do our residents any good. They are hear to recover.
Trauma. Obsession. Addiction. All those little bugaboos will be locked away, examined closely and treated accordingly.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the finest facility this city has to offer. Bring me your sick. Bring me your troubled. Bring me those that society can no longer cope with for they will always have a home here at Harbour House.