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Known for his surreal and colorfully Kafkaesque paintings, Marcel Flisiuk was born in Poland, where he was profoundly influenced by his early years in the medieval port city of Gdansk. While he counts his "moody and sensual Slavic soul" among his formative influences, he also was affected by another port city, New Orleans, where the French Quarter still hints at its origins as a medieval sort of walled enclave. Flisiuk says he sold his first painting at age 10 in New Orleans, where he made friends with musicians and "aroused envy in craft painters littering Jackson Square," before expanding his repertoire to include murals, posters and CD covers. Describing New Orleans as the most European of American cities, he says it's a place "where things are played out more drastically and vividly." No kidding! -- D. Eric Bookhardt (Gambit Magazine).

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artwork & wine.... that works. As a "Pälzer" I can tell that :))

cheers, michael

aha.... to be honest, Marcel: I hope america will get some generations in future to see your work.

So do not use to much VW "schadstoffmobile" to prevent the very next gen. ;-)


to show art the sea is also showing art seasides :)

cheers, michael

Anna & Marcel ... I appreciate your visits very much :)

Thanks for like and more :))

cheers, michael

More Happy Birthday L+F.

Happy Birthday,hope you have a great one.Thank you for your well wishes on FB, had to respond here since do not have a FB account.

you're welocme Sgt.Gonzales :)

From my point that is close to eversunny FL - LOL

awesome mellow frame!oustanding work!

Hallo Jens ... This is in a little park with picnic tables and a boat dock; yes, a beautiful spot in nice weather; untenable in bad weather. (Passamaquoddy Bay can be a treacherous body of water because of huge 6 meter variation between high and low tides.) Thanks for the nice comment and the Like. Beste Grüße aus dem fernen Nordosten Küste von Maine, Wally


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