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Friday
Oct012010

Dad Descending a Staircase

Mr. Quintero gained notoriety at the age of 5 by drawing detailed replicas of Rembrandt paintings on pieces of American cheese. Only a selected few witnessed these masterpieces since he ate the artwork shortly after. Word of his talent spread quickly throughout his hometown and by the time he was in grade 6 he and a colleague were commissioned by his middle school teachers to do a mural of prehistoric animals on the walls of his cafeteria. The teachers paid them with custom built wooden games that were similar to simple pin-ball machines. Mike was the most popular guy in school. 15 years later his talent has only grown, and I will continue to enjoy seeing what he presents to the world.

 

 

 

Mike Quintero | Age 25 | Lakewood, Ohio 

Has a painted pet turtle named "Spikette," whose company he has enjoyed since kindergarten.

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    Significance of education must be seen by being taught. Without having education we can't even think about the estimation of the education. Education is a very nice gift for everyone in this world.

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Mike, you got some good stuff here. I dig.

December 1, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBrian Pinnetti

I see a projection of emotions in your art, it's an interesting type of expression, as well very admirable. Nice work.

March 19, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterIntrigued observer.

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