The Crying Wizard
       
     
Conflict: The Lady and the Dragon
       
     
Conflict: The Lady and the Dragon
       
     
Resolution: Happily Ever After
       
     
Resolution: Happily Ever After
       
     
Resolution: Happily Ever After
       
     
The Crying Wizard
       
     
The Crying Wizard

The cycle begins with a dialogue between the sad wizard, a teary-eyed Easter Island head, and wisdom, the purple scale representing science. Wizard: Why is the world in spite of all my stories not living happily ever after? Wisdom: Do not despair. The secrets to happiness are in all stories, but instead of believing the stories like the fanatics do, think like a scientist and examine what is universal in all stories, their plot; there you will see the wisdom of the secrets of living happily ever after.

Conflict: The Lady and the Dragon
       
     
Conflict: The Lady and the Dragon

The conflict: a fair lady is surrounded by three dragons presenting conflict as the state of passivity, antagonism and alienation.

 

Conflict: The Lady and the Dragon
       
     
Conflict: The Lady and the Dragon

The conflict: a fair lady is surrounded by three dragons presenting conflict as the state of passivity, antagonism and alienation.

Conflict: The Lady and the Dragon

Resolution: Happily Ever After
       
     
Resolution: Happily Ever After

The resolution is presented across the driveway: two sculptures by Bill Harby, ‘the Kiss and the Embrace’, and two red ones by Suzan Benton ‘Don Quixote and Dulcinea’, illustrating resolution as the formal counterparts: mastery, cooperation and mutual respect. 

 

Resolution: Happily Ever After
       
     
Resolution: Happily Ever After

The resolution is presented across the driveway: two sculptures by Bill Harby, ‘the Kiss and the Embrace’, and two red ones by Suzan Benton ‘Don Quixote and Dulcinea’, illustrating resolution as the formal counterparts: mastery, cooperation and mutual respect. 

Resolution: Happily Ever After
       
     
Resolution: Happily Ever After

The resolution is presented across the driveway: two sculptures by Bill Harby, ‘the Kiss and the Embrace’, and two red ones by Suzan Benton ‘Don Quixote and Dulcinea’, illustrating resolution as the formal counterparts: mastery, cooperation and mutual respect.