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Monday
Nov012010

Brix and Mortar

I first met Mr. Lambrix on a snowy winter night at The Cleveland State University art gallery where he earned his Bachelor's degree. That night I was strolling down Euclid avenue and found a rundown old warehouse with a sign reading “Art Gallery.” Knowing this was a good chance to view some local creations, I decided to gently break in and scope the place out.  Once inside, I noticed a man huddled in the corner making weird grunting, panting and splatting noises. Alarmed yet curiously intrigued, I crept closer to this figure to see if my imagination had conjured up an image close to what was really happening. Fortunately, it was simply Mr. Lambrix painting a self-portrait. Wildly he went, applying paint to canvas without hesitation and in a trance-like focus. I watched for almost an hour as this man expressed himself, until he finally turned around and saw me. It's been solid ever since. 

 

Check out more of his work

 

Ryan Lambrix | Age 25 | London, England

Purchased a ferret in middle school and trained it to feed his pet fish.

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