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Very interesting! I like the way he tells the story. 1961 was not that long ago yet it was a lifetime!
Longer than a lifetime for some of us ;)
Wow, what a compelling storyteller. His narration is fantastic.
This is how he tells stories. It really worked in this medium.
Wow, how times have changed in over 50 years. My husband remembers seeing signs over water fountains on who could drink out of them. He lived in various parts of the south growing up, Kentucky, Florida mainly. So glad things are different now in 2017 in New Orleans.betty
No sound on work computer but I love the color choices!!
That's too bad. The story explains the painting. I guess he needs to put in captions.
Very intense. He's an amazing artist, that's for sure.
Very interesting! I like the way he tells the story.เย็ดสาว
That's his natural cadence.
Hi Liz - certainly one clever uncle - wonderful to be able to paint and create like that ... cheers Hilary
I grew up in those times. My Dad (who grew up in Brooklyn) was stationed during World War II in Biloxi, Mississippi. What an eyeopener it was for him. He never forgot. Thank you for posting this. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com
I would have shared on Facebook, too, except that the "no *****" comment is quite visible. It is worth sharing, though.
You can embed the 2nd video on its own via YouTube. No difficult terminology in that one ;)
This is very interesting and informative. I really like his paintings...very modern with bright splashes of colour and a story attached
It's something he's been working on.
Wow! Thank you for sharing.
Glad you got something out of it.
Gonna have to double back when I have sound. Don't have any on this one. Truly incredible pieces though.
I guess he's going to need captions :)
Excellent stuff! Certainly a compelling way to tell a story.
The paintings are wonderful. I like his story telling. Ta for sharing.
He has a way of telling a story.
Your uncle is quite talented!
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