The Black Box
Nicholas Hopkins is a starving artist. He wants to become a famous, affluent artist, but his paintings aren’t good enough according to the high prolific London, England society. Other artists and galleries prefer more of upscale paintings with color, meaning of life, in very artistic manners. Nicholas believed he offered exceptional works of the prolific industry, but they proved him wrong.
So, Nicholas was about to give up when one stormy night he stood in front of the tall window in his three-story mansion. He held his current oil painting of a tall shadow, much resembling a charcoal smudge, illustrated in granite and black hues. The illustrated shadow clutches a child’s ankle, holding them over an intensity hellish pit. Nicolas was going to destroy the painting, but someone spoke to him from the dark corner.
Nicholas Hopkins life transformed forever.
The Black Box: