Sunday, September 13, 2009

Mars Discovery Outsider Folk Art Rare Painting AUTISM SIMO



Arthur is back to school and he started his new culinary cooking program. He is really happy and was inspired during summer, I will display weekly his new paintings. I hope you will enjoy them.

This painting is about a mission to Mars and a group of astronauts were searching for any life form. One of them found something and after he touch it, it became real, it moves and laughs, but it came out of hot lava under a rock, she is radioactive and can kill humans. She looks friendly and she wants to communicate.

What I write here is what Arthur explains me about his paintings. He will sign all his work and he will paint different things every time because his paintings are part of his feelings and thoughts on a daily basis. You will be the only one having this original painting. It is great to collect or give it as a present.

The size of this paintings 9" by 12" paper, watercolor,crayons and markers. You may purchase it at: arthursimo.etsy.com


7 comments:

  1. Arthur,
    I am so glad to see more of your work. Mission to Mars.. WOW..Now your taking cooking classes.
    You are amazing.
    Katelen

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  2. Hi Poetic artist
    Thanks for your comment and Arthur is happy you like his Mission to Mars.

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  3. Hi ma
    Thanks for your comment and I am glad you like my son's painting.

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  4. I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


    Susan

    http://sketchingdrawing.com

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  5. Hi Dayana
    Thanks for your comment and we are happy you found us and enjoy Arthur's paintings.

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  6. I have so missed visiting your blog and seeing this fantastic art. They are awesome!
    Thank you so much for visiting me. I think I got the better experience,lol! Totally sensational!

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