Charcoal and pastel on Stonehenge paper
19″ x 13″

As the procession came to an end, the Turner boys thanked their loyal subjects (their exhausted mother and amused big brother) and bid them farewell. They returned the chariot to its original form, a humble wheelbarrow once again. But in the boys’ minds, it would always be a chariot fit for royalty, and that for one day they got to be bigger than the Turner Twins. The Turner Princes. The boys learned that sometimes, it takes a little imagination and a lot of persistence to turn an ordinary day into an extraordinary adventure. And that even the humblest of objects, like a rusted wheelbarrow, can become something magical in the hands of those with a vivid imagination.


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