I’m standing in one of the galleries housing the exhibition with Freeport Art Museum Executive Director Jessica Modica. In front of us is "At the World’s End: Only Evil Will Travel in a Straight Line," a painting by Dan Brinkmeier.
At first blush, it’s a farm family having a picnic. But then you notice the bleeding lamb, people flying or wearing animal masks and, like a scene from “The Wizard of Oz,” a house in the air. Modica says the artist admits that the picture is chock-full of symbols.