Removing the stone of folly

I forgot the artist’s name but I know he or she is famous. This painting drew my attention because it reminds me of the old days when people used to characterize what we now deem as psychological illnesses as demonic possessions.

In the same way, this picture shows how that crow-man is trying to remove the stone of folly (the title of this painting).

How do you like this painting? Share your thoughts!

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Anderson Debernardi the founder of: Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting

During my trip to Iquitos, Peru, I discovered the Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting which was founded by Anderson Debernardi.

I was having a dinner at Karma Cafe, Iquitos when noticed all the beautiful paintings on the wall. The following are some of the pictures I took with my phone. By the way, the cafe is awesome and I highly recommend it.

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My fourth painting: Sunset flight

This is my 4th painting.
I enjoyed painting this one on 06/24/2017 at Pinot’s Palette

Sunset flight

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Mystic Moon: My third painting

This is my 3rd painting.
I enjoyed painting this one on 06/17/2017 at Pinot’s Palette

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Wandering towards the sunset: My second painting

I am no artist but this is my second painting.
I enjoyed painting this one on 06/10/2017 at Pinot’s Palette

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When Aliens invade earth: My first painting

This is my first painting ever. I did it during a painting night event at thepaintbar.com in Boston, August 2016. I don’t claim that my painting is better than this one!

The two UFOs are my original touch. Can you imagine what would happen when aliens invade the earth during our lifetimes? 😉

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Video interview with Michelle Vulama – Artist and Rock Painter

The other, when I was visiting Vancouver BC, I met Michelle Vulama inside the Granville Island Public Market.

She’s a talented rock artist! She picks up rocks and starts painting on them.

From her work, I can see she has good imagination and lots of creativity.

What follows is an impromptu interview that she gracefully allowed me to conduct with her:

Here are some of her work displayed inside the market:

Finally, I would like to conclude by saying that Michelle accepts work commissioned by clients. That is, if you have an idea or a special rock you want to have a painting on it (say your dog painted on it or loved one), then do not hesitate to ask her to do that job for you.
Personally, if I had a moon rock, I would ask her to paint on it…Or otherwise, have her paint on an earth rock and let astronomers leave it on the moon! 🙂

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