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Autobiographic Tales


As an artist, I continually question my style with each drawing, every stroke. It was during a period of intense anger that I reached for pastels and cardboard, letting my emotions flow onto the canvas. What emerged were a wolf and other characters that I later incorporated into an autobiographical tale: "The Child, the Bird, the House, and the Wolf." This tale marks the beginning of a long series to follow. The idea is to compile these tales in a collection called "The Forgotten's Tales." This style couldn't be more 'me'; it's my anger speaking, and apparently, it has a lot to say.

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