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Things I Wanted To Say

by Solomon Walker
Toronto CA

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The Artwork

things we all want to say to each other but never do, for whatever reasons...lost in translation. Important Artist Note: This artwork is available as LIMITED EDITION print of 5 pieces only (Not as Open Edition). There will never be any reprints of it in the future.

The Artist

Why do you create? I create because I am naturally a very curious and creative person, and I enjoy creating things every waking moment of my life
How do you work? it depends on my inspiration for the moment....sometimes it's doodling, painting, drawing, and using my computer to explore design ideas with colours and shapes, and forms, etc.
Has your creative process changed over time, if so, how? my creative process has changed over the years and has been inspired largely by changes in technology and by global cultures and events, etc. My work is inspired by what is happening in the world around me each day.
Do you consider yourself a full-time or part-time artist? a full-time artist and photographer
Besides creating, where else do you spend your time? beside making unique art, I spend most of my free time taking photographs
What inspires you? everything inspires me...from people to events, the environment, and much more
What is the first piece of art you remember creating? wood carvings, because my uncles were talented wood carvers
What does the term art mean to you? a visible personal expression of in-visible feelings and ideas regarding your own perceptions of your mortal existence upon this earth
ame three artists that you respect? John Thomas Biggers, Andrew Wyeth, Najee Dorsey
What is your favourite piece of artwork? I have many favourite artworks, some from ancient human history and some contemporary times
What is your dream project? I have many dream projects that keep me enthusiastic about the future. Some include Murals, wood carving and stone carving.
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