Bernie Clarkson | 50th Painting
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50th Painting

Nigerian novelist Helon Habila sees the act of writing as a political act and his debut book, Waiting For An Angel, draws attention to suffering and injustice. His third novel Oil On Water speaks about the tragedy of the power of the greedy oil companies in Nigeria who he says ‘get away with murder’.
How can I make a comment on the world through painting faces? How can I get paint to tell a story about people and their stories?

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