I started drawing as soon as I could see; I was born blind for the first several months after my birth, but, as soon as I could see, my grandfather taught me to draw on the walls of the house (much to my mother’s disgust). From there, I’ve been drawing and painting ever since as well as occasionally making pieces of sculpture. During my first marriage, my wife didn’t like me to follow an artistic carrier; she was far more interested in the material things of life. Most, if not all, of my work from that time has now been destroyed, or, at least, thrown away. Since marrying Olga, I have gone back to producing artworks. We spark ideas off each other and have produced a lot of work. We have both been able to sell pictures, which encourages us to keep going; knowing that some people do like what we do. The work I currently do is interested with depicting the human form as a shape which might me considered two and three dimensionally. I suppose it is meant to work on sever levels, but, most of all, to convey emotion and feeling felt when painting it. Of course, there are other ways in which they are meant to work, but that’s for the viewer. We will be holding a new exhibition throughout August in Kent
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
Site: Olga\'s Arts
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