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President Barack Obama
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Posted by Geordie Gardiner at 06:21
Monday, 20 July 2015
This wonderful and amazing painting of president Barack Obama is one of a kind image of the 44th President of the United States. This painting is truly a piece of history, what inspired me to paint this painting is that Barack Obama is the first African American to become President of the United States. His goal is to rebuild this country from the ground up and make things right for the american people and peace around the world. Mr.Obama was born on Angust 4, 1961 and is from Honolulu, Hawaii. He was named the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, the same as Martin Luther King.
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This wonderful painting of history is the rise of a safer nation, what inspired me to paint this collage is the fall and the recover of america. 911 is the beginning of the fall and president Barack Obama is the recover of change. The butterfly is a Western Tiger Swallowtail, it represent a new beginning and Martin Luther King is the dream of a brighter future.
The original work is currently for sale. At the present time, originals are not offered for sale through the Fine Art America secure checkout system. Please contact the artist directly to inquire about purchasing this original by clicking on the picture link below.
Posted by Geordie Gardiner at 07:40
Monday, 13 July 2015
Portrait Of Barack Obama
This work is part of a series of political portraits I did for Landmark News.
President Barack Obama speaking in Phoenix, AZ. Based on a photo by Gage Skidmore
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Posted by Geordie Gardiner at 06:11
I don't want to talk politics, I just thought the subject would make for interesting artwork
Posted by Geordie Gardiner at 02:10