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Personal Quote: I'm living with life and dying with patience

Favourite Visual Artist
Vincent van Gogh
Favourite Movies
Network (1976)

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I didn't know you but your art is truly inspirational. Rest in peace.
Hi Marc, this is Shelly from antiwarartists.com. We are having a big online show in September so please send me an email so I can send you the details of the online show. Thanks. artshow@antiwarartists.com
Hey, I found your art on google coz im looking at anti war art for a textile project. Your work captures many emotions: pain, grief sorrow.... it's really powerful.

I was jus wondering if you could tell me more about your art and the meaning behind it,techniques, influences etc.

I would be very grateful for any info you could give me. Please email me at amy_topping5@hotmail.com

Thanks :)
Thank you for the watch!
leaving some love! :hug:
I have just watched you short video on U-Tube. Your work shows the pain and anguish brought on by war.... You can feel it vibrating through the vibrant colours and vivid emotions in the portraits.
Very strong imagery about something that must be said. Well done.
I often wonder at the hope and hopelessness in and of this thing called making Art. You've got to have some hope to do it. Whether it has a message or not. And this work does. Sometimes I think the job of the artist is to make doing it for himself enough. It's not easy. Other times I think the artist has to stretch. And then there's the artist who stretches constantly because he simply has to. There's no choice in it for him. It only is. It's a journey that takes you. You don't take it. You grab what meaning from it that you can while you can. Then I think it's the job of the artist to simply survive the journey. To make what he can while he can. To reach us if he can. The amount of determination to endure all of this is breathtaking. As is this work. -- Tim Barrus, Cinematheque Studio, Paris.