The sheer wonder of being able to sit there and paint, whatever you’re painting, and being inspired by your subject and, of course, portray it as best as you can. Acquaintances, like this one, are hard to find. If you’d ever met Valerie Wright, you would know.
My recent holiday in Cyprus included a spell of listening to traditional Greek music at a taverna. I treated the cultural nostalgia by giving my soul a little medicine that consisted of a good voice and a bouzouki virtuoso. From then on I administered myself many such doses of Greek music to settle my longing nostalgia.
“When the CBC video on my art went viral, there were some people on Facebook who thought I was a demon.” It’s clear to see that his growing popularity hasn’t gone to his head.
The social media vlogosphere, that engine of crowd-sourced entertainment, has much to both answer and be thanked for. On the one hand we have the gross antics of Logan Paul or the smh Darwinism-in-action that is the Tide pod challenge; on the other hand we find the irresistible charm and well earned successes of Vsauce and Jenna Marbles and their ilk. It’s quite a … Read More This Cypriot “Smurf” is definitely not feeling blue.
He puts the “fab” in fabulous, and he’s got a (glamorous) story to tell.