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07/04/2015

Gregory Packard There is something higher purity and pollution ...

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Gregory Packard There is something higher purity and pollution ...


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There is something higher purity and pollution,
There is something beyond evil and good ...
The sun rises. Stars until the morning
Lit the sky in the immense depth.

Flowers bloom. Fragrant woods.
In the ebb and flow breathing sea ...
Great Nature on earth
Knows neither joy nor sorrow.

Distant flaws being,
Living space law -
To you go, hope zataya,
Happyness old and eternally new.

And you silently teach lift
Above the world of the senses, as above the boiling lava,
Free spirit to the heights of eternal glory,
Where all is one in secret - Light and Darkness.

Spirin ND

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Artist - Gregory Packard.

Gregory Packard - American impressionist.
Gregory was born in 1970 in Boise, Idaho, and now lives in Montrose, Colorado.
Love to draw Gregory had since childhood, but the first experience of painting he appeared much later - already in college, where he received a bachelor's degree in English and simultaneously took painting lessons.
Then he and a friend rented a studio-art just to draw for fun.
Later Gregory Packard took workshops from renowned artists and admired Russian impressionists.
He now works in the style of impressionism.
About his work, Gregory says:
"I want to continue the conversation, which began Monet, and I think there is still a lot to say.
Art is more than a career. It's a way of life. I, father, husband and artist. Each of the three feed off each other.
It is everyday life that we live in, the nature of ourselves and our world, that's what excites me so when I stand in front of my canvas, is what is the source of my inspiration and humility. "

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