the sorrow and ungraspability of Hungarian folk music that conjures voyages


The visual artist and engineer Luke Gilliam began his work in 1994 in Toronto Canada. Right from the beginning focusing on contrasts, differences and idiosynchratic behavior. Luke's career highlights are working as an assistant on the blockbuster film DOGMA directed by Kevin Smith, setting his hands on fire for a art performance photography shoot in Toronto, producing 2 albums for one of France's leading jazz musicians, Bruno Tocanne, and selling 43 works of art in Canada and England. Luke commonly works with oil, acrylic, blood, fabric, and metal, to make his paintings. Luke is a very firm believer in micro economy: whereby one never paints for pleasure or study, one paints to sell to buy paint to make more paintings, without succumbing to the commercial market.

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