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HEL MORT® offers a vibrant programme that celebrates artists at all stages of their careers.

Our primary area of focus is painting, but we also frequently displays sculpture, photography, videography, and NFTs.

We want to present initiatives that are interesting, enlightening, instructive, and dedicated to helping artists and making contemporary art available to everyone.

Intellectual property of 4pet6, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.


The number of faces and portraits that depict the same subject with various emotions, colors, ideas, sentiments, and more makes 4pet6 one of the finest artists that you can discover online in 2022. 

His mesmerizing and odd paintings may even have the potential to mirror our souls. James Ensor created provocative surrealist masks that captured the conflicted feelings of Europe during the Industrial Revolution. Like him, 4pet6 is painting about a new era when the mental illness issues amongst current Europeans are even more obvious due to the advent of omnipresent digital technologies. Because his subjects in his paintings can occasionally appear as monsters or as smiling children, but always appear to be gripped by a tremendous amount of brilliant and dancing colours, his art style is somewhere between heaven and hell.

4pet6 is the kind of artist you want to follow if you’re looking for simplicity, diversity, and colour with a particular touch of human sentiments that is hard to find in 2022.

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Intellectual property of Steven Van Hasten, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.

Steven Van Hasten

If you meet Steven Van Hasten’s painting for the first time, it’s like sitting at the table of Lewis Carroll’s Hatter and drinking a strange blue pinky tea with him, Alice, and the March Hare in a completely insane vivid world of pure illusion. 
Steven is the type of genius who elevates illustration above other art styles because, with his masterful skills, he knows how to mix incredible surrealism with some peculiar childish toys from another century, always offering some kind of joyful malincholia for something that we don’t really understand but can truly feel. Steven is different from other artists because, in some ways, he’s like a modern Salvador Dali playing with his colourful toys, creating very intricate, absolutely gorgeous, and shockingly perfect works of art in the process. Don’t think for a second that his art is simple because, with an accurate look, you can see how he’s working very hard on any minute aspect, colour, and personality to give narrative, strength, and poetry.
In a sentence, Steven Van Hasten is not creating art, but rather dreams, as only geniuses can.

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Intellectual property of Oddaiart, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.


Oddaiart (Kathleen Grouper) is one of the best artists around who can demonstrate the amazing aspects of AI produced art as well as human abilities such as patience to discover the ideal picture generation after generation after days, maybe months. 
All of the paintings that we are showing everyone today were chosen by the artist following a long selection process. All of the colours, all of the figures, and every single word used as a prompt were examined day after day to produce a one-of-a-kind fantastic result. And what can we say about the subjects? All of the subjects are magnificent, spectacular, and perfectly balanced between ridicolous and exquisite; sometimes they appear like caricatures, while other times they look like the finest bizarre abstract artworks displayed in the world’s best art museums.
Oddaiart is genuine, original, and vibrant art. We present Oddaiart art to our collectors today not just for its quality, but also as a sign of the changing times: because we’re in 2022, in a fast-paced globalised digital era and we’re evolving, the world is evolving and improving, technology is evolving, and Oddaiart is evolving the art rules by creating fantastic pieces of art that will one day become the Picasso of the next generation.

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Intellectual property of Joaquin Valdez Macher, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.

Joaquin Valdez Macher

Joaquin Valdez Macher’s art is the type of art to put in your life if your life is sad, grey, and dark since this artist has the ability to change everything in true colours, therefore we can say that Joaquin Valdez Macher’s colours can be an authentic remedy against modern melancholy. 
Joaquin is an artist who works on simple yet incredibly curated paintings that transport us all to a magical world of strange lights and allucinated tones that can be appreciated by anybody infact He does not force himself into installations or weird abstract compositions in order to gain a museal audience. His paintings are as pure, genuine, and honest as a child’s drawing. It’s as if Joaquin is painting with the ancient Ayahuasca or Mescalin magic, re-discovering in a modern fashion the ancient spiritual and lively world of native americans, thus we can claim that this art is one of the most real American artworks that you can observe in the market of modern American art. He’s most likely what we’d call a contemporary shaman! But in these strange magical compositions, all of his subjects are always white working class or white upper middle class from another century that look like our grandparents photos, so he’s giving us this strange combination of two worlds that fought each other long time ago but are now combinated in a unique spiritual way giving to all of us a peaceful sensation of love where natives and european invasors combined themselves in a unique no racist society. As a result, all Joaquin artworks are among the finest modern artworks created to demonstrate the force of integration, the melting pot, and a society without racial barriers that never existed but can now exist.
In a nutshell, Joaquin Valdez Macher is like Edward Hopper stepping outside of segregationist America and transporting us to a strange dimension where there is no time but just pure colour, allowing us to perceive the impossible as possible!

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Intellectual property of Adrián Socorro Suárez, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.

Adrián Socorro Suárez

In this world, there are two types of artists: those who do art for personal pleasure, as a hobby, or to find excitement during the process; and those who do it for job, who are very expert and skilled, and aspire to reach the top in order to show the public their personal viewpoint of what constitutes art. 
But today we have a dilemma since we have an artist who does not belong to either the first or second category. Today, though, we are contemplating Adrián Socorro Suárez, and Adrian is something different. Adrián Socorro Suárez clearly makes his art for self gratification, but it’s also clear that he does it professionally, so this creator is in the middle of two aspects and only in this way is he donating us the finest, absolutely incredible, extraordinary, superb art that only true collectors can understand. Adrián paints ghosts and, like Francis Bacon, does so with such a personal point of view that we can’t resist but only find it awful and magnetic at the same time, his way of using his brushes is extremely seductive, fine, soft, his use of colour is like a hypnotic choreography, any aspect of his subjects are considered in their true nature because Adrián isn’t afraid of any censure or hiding the intimacy of pure sex! It’s as if Adrián is saying that no one can stop him, that no one can tell him what to do or how to do it, so he’s putting on his paintings a strong energy of independence that only a few people have today. Adrián is free, just like his art! So, if you’re looking for an artist who, like a Polaroid camera, can stop time and produce an instant look at the world, if you’re looking for an artist who, like a surgeon, can open this world with a bistoury and show us the deep side of our souls, if you’re looking for a great artist like the masters you’ve studied at school, Adrián Socorro Suárez is your artist.
Adrián Socorro Suárez is THE artist, not simply an artist.

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Intellectual property of SalvoIn3D, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.


Where’s SalvoIn3D? Maybe somewhere else, in a far, far away realm where he’s the god of his planet and simple humans like you and me have no access because what this artist sees is definitely so unique that only he in fact can see the truth of his own dimension! 
Don’t ask SalvoIn3D what he was trying to reach, what he was thinking, or what he was representing when he created his masterpieces because you risk breaking the mystical mystery behind its outstanding art. Simply follow his path with interest and recognise all of the small puzzle pieces that he is offering you. Don’t rationalise at all, just listen to his melody, listen to what his art is trying to communicate to you because SalvoIn3D is not working on an artwork that is meant to be read but only felt by his admirers. Only now, when you know how to approach SalvoIn3D Art, can you sense the intense energy emanating from his artworks and recognise this artist’s remarkable skills! His subjects are exploring the deep human psyche like the finger of Adam is trying to touch the finger of God in the Sistine Chapel ceiling in Rome, in any single spot of his artworks you can find the heart of humanity questioning what life is and the answer is always in front of our eyes: Solitude. Immensity. Anxiety. Discovery. Cosmos. These five ideas are precisely the primary themes of SalvoIn3D Art, and he knows how to express all of them without ever being boring or pompous; rather, in his art, we always find something infantile, dramatically satirical, as only good philosophers can. SalvoIn3D works with 3D renders and new technology to show us the alternate state of conscience that we fall into every day when we dream or when we are alone for five seconds and recognise the connection between us and the deadly silence of the universe, when we’re connected with something bigger than us and we feel like microscopic ants fighting for a small insignificant piece of dirt that we call world. And that is this artist’s most captivating skill: remembering us, in an era of arrogant technology and ferocious egoism, who we really are.
Stop calling SalvoIn3D an artist; maybe we should start calling him POET.

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Intellectual property of Sijesns, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.


(Jessica Jane)

This is the story of a girl, a cat, and a skeleton. We know it sounds like a weird fairy tale, but it’s real life, the true life of a brilliant painter who demonstrates the power of love and death. We can use a famous Oscar Wilde quote from one of his most renowned books to characterise this artist: “You can open for me the portals of death’s house, for love is always with you, and love is stronger than death is.” 

We used this quote because we typically imagine the very end of our lives as something dark and frightening, but (Jessica Jane) Sijesns’s paintings always depict a new coloured dimension full of marvellous aspects where we can find what we really love and never what will destroy us. This is because of the way Sijesns creates art, which essentially gives us a different perspective on life and death. Maybe she knows this role in her art, maybe she doesn’t and she’s just following her instincts in an unconscious way, but she’s showing what all of us humans feel every day: the constant coesistence between death and love. Usually, we don’t want to talk about death, but our ancestors did a lot, especially in Renaissance and medieval art, when they represented death as a skeleton coming in front of a beautiful woman to remind us that everything is fragile, that vanity is fleeting, that beauty will fade, and that only love counts in this life. So Sijesns’s secret message is REMEMBER. Remember who you are, what you are doing, enjoy your life, love whomever you choose to love, and live your small life forever! And who can we truly love in this world where everything is noisy, our brains are always connected to computers and screens, and the dreadful sound of a rapid culture is driving us insane? Who else can do it but our animals? Partners, relatives, and people are all humans, and they, like everyone else, are simply noise in this confusing environment, but an animal, a pet, can be your very best friend in this miserable condition that we live in every day. So, in all of Sijesns’s paintings, cats, dogs, or another humourous pet takes their place as the stars of the composition, and with their fluffy appearance, they disturbs the message of the skeleton that reminds us that we will die one day! Like an ancient totem from a prehistoric tribe or a guardian angel, they saying to us: “Don’t worry, it’s not so important what the skeleton says, I’m here!” leading us already to follow colours, images, flowers, and appreciate nature in all its splendour! So this is the awakening world of Sijesn’s art, a place for spirituality, humour, colours, femininity, and a multitude of good messages designed to make us better people with just a delicate touch of her brushes!

Sijesns (Jessica Jane) art is defining the Yin Yang of Love and Death.

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David and the Apocalypse

(David Krause)

Some people are unique; they do not follow conventions and do not pursue a particular route in their lives. Why is this so? The answer is simple: They’re free. David Krause aka David and the Apocalypse is one of these people. 

David is free. David is so free that he does not conform to a specific art trend or form of art. He knows how to create beautiful AI-generated digital art, as well as hardcore music that will make you bop your head and photography that contrasts between both the beauty and the mysterious. But, to get to know this artist better, take it one step at a time! We begin with his photography, which is undoubtedly David’s most romantic and personal domain, where he finds his connection with the world. His photography is always a contrast for our eyes, made of places where nature and civilization merge to form an idealistic impossible connection, the shots are dark but in a good way, because they give us feelings of calm and relaxing walk where we live the philosophical connection with our true self and where we can remember how many things we can appreciate in solitude. However, when we look at his AI generated art, we instantly notice a stark difference with his photos, and we no longer find peace, but rather suspicious actions from alien shapes and diabolic allusions amid cloudy and desolate landscapes. We don’t know if these creatures spying on us from afar are malevolent or benign because they sometimes appear angelic, but the distance, the damned distance, changes everything. Are we the prey or the chosen ones in David’s strange art? We’re not sure, but we enjoy the intensity of these AI-generated creations. And now it’s time to talk about David’s Music, the actual spot where the true “apocalypse” begins. The artist’s most fierce and sharp side, where he expresses all his buried sentiments about the universe, existence, and the sense of things. It’s alternative hard rock, although we don’t want to categorise very much his sound because every statement can be reductive. His distorted vocal is reminiscent of old true rock stars like Marilyn Manson, and his amazing instrumental bases are reminiscent of cult bands like Nine Inch Nails, but with a hint of the legendary Rob Zombie’s fire. Formidable music, distant echoes of reality, distort levels of human feelings, and totally astonishing inventiveness make David music worth listening to by anybody who enjoys strong sound with a melancholy background. So we conclude saying that David is a total artist because he is investigating numerous creative perspectives at the same time and doesn’t know the word STOP, and we like him in this way. With no limits.

David and the Apocalypse is like a diamond, with multiple faces representing the various artistic styles in which he works.

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Intellectual property of Paul Reid, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.

Paul Reid

“During the reign of Tiberius (AD 14–37), the news of Pan’s death came to one Thamus, a sailor on his way to Italy by way of the Greek island of Paxi. A divine voice hailed him across the salt water, “Thamus, are you there? When you reach Palodes, take care to proclaim that the great god Pan is dead.” Which Thamus did, and the news was greeted from shore with groans and laments.”

Europe is an unusual place; if you are not European, you may see only museums, great cities, and a very contemporary country, but if you know where to look, you might find the remnants of an old untamed world hidden behind this surface. A realm populated with ghosts, genies, demons, gods, and spirits. Because if you go to Iceland, an elderly woman may tell you that there are trolls in a specific area close to her home, and if you go to Ireland, a person may tell you that he shouldn’t walk in a forest because some fairies are very dangerous, or if you go to Italy or Spain, a man may advise you to stay away from a home because it’s infested with evil spirits since the death of a witch: So, despite years and millennia of forced conversion to Christianity, Europe’s pagan heart still exists. And no one can actually pull it off. And no one will be able to achieve it for the remainder of this odd continent’s history. And Paul Reid is here to show us why. But first, it’s important to understand who Paul Reid is. Paul Reid is not like other artists because he is the actual descendent of European people who beheld figures born from another dimension hidden in their souls and the world around them. Carl Jung adored this invisible space, where everything is linked by our instincts and subconscious to wild shapes that take life and become tangible in daily life. Long ago, in a dark cave in Europe, a primitive man painted a creature half man, half bull in a forest in Spain or France, and then a Greek built a temple for this creature; the tale changed, but the creature remained the same. Following tribes of Celts, Germanic people, and ancient Romans kept this narrative alive by creating paintings, monuments, and sculptures in his honour. When the Middle Ages arrived, someone advised calling this creature a devil rather than a god, but nobody cared and somewhere a monk found always joy in depicting this unusual creature in his precious book. Then, centuries and generations of Europeans created much art about the horned beast, sometimes to adorn a crowned head mansion, and sometimes to exalt himself in a museum during a revolution. Picasso spotted this monster and made it the king of his paintings as well. And today, in 2022, Paul Reid is still portraying the same exact vision of a prehistoric man, a Greek man, a Celt and anciet Roman guy, and so on, just as it was thousands of years ago. Paul is not emulating people from the past, he is not attempting to imitate something created by his ancestors, or he is attempting to duplicate Picasso’s success; Paul is simply following a secret golden route that only a select few may tread. Because you can see him talking with his subjects in every painting; he’s here and now in the moment, never walking in the past; he’s authentic, as only truly great individuals can be. His paintings are the result of genuine dialogues with space, time, and the psyche. All of his subjects, as only modern Europeans can be, are a mixing pot of a glorious past and a perplexing present. His Pan is the same Pan from over 4000 years ago, but he’s dressed like a bully youngster from the British countryside, ready to give you the middle finger and yell, “I’m not dead! Mate!” before spraying graffiti on an old wall. His Ulisses is a modern captain with a green uniform but dressing an old armour who finds his soldier eating like a pig, leaving us to wonder if it was Circe’s enchantment that turned this guy into a pig or the disgusting war that still degrade all men into animals like it’s happening in Ukraine today. His Actaeon appears to be wondering himself, “What is happening to this world?” while his Minotaur appears to be sitting on a couch watching television and becoming devastated by tragic news before a silly talk show where everyone laughs. And the goat-headed Pan responds to all of our questions by staring us in the eyes and stating “I don’t know, i don’t understand!”. So, in every painting of Paul, you can see the dynamic tensions of this time, where everything appears to be OK but something inside us is still confused, afraid by modernity, especially of what we call society, in which men evolve into beasts but not in a mithological sense. So this is how Paul is showing us a link between the past and the present, revealing the truths of the most profound aspect of a human mind. Paul Art is high level art, art created for clever people, philosophers, thinkers, psychologists, and anybody who believes it is important to deeply investigate the world rather than stop himself to a surface consisting of worthless distractions designed to take your time, money, and life!

Paul is the kind of painter whose paintings would have made Picasso envious. Pan is Alive!

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Intellectual property of Zannen.Pixel, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.


Zannen Art is like a nightmare or a vivid dream, a true extreme nightmare as when you have eaten too much cheese and you wake up during a strange summer night, soaked in sweat, and everything around you is silence except for the crickets singing to the pale moon. You try not to think about the strange dream you had; you don’t know for a moment if it was reality or just a dream because it was too vivid, real, and palpable, so you tell yourself “It was just a dream,” but you keep thinking about it, again and again, probably for hours, perhaps for the rest of the day!

Anyway, strangely, it’s funny how Zannen is a new kind of artist that the art market usually doesn’t remember or consider at all. Galleries, Museums, and Art Magazines all ignore Zannen or people like him, viewing his artworks as a childish boring product of the internet, nothing more than a banal pop up to avoid at all costs. But here at HEL MORT®, we know what the true art is, we don’t follow rules, and we know who Zannen is, consequently we consider him a true genius of our age! Why? Because Zannen is studying and developing a new approach to creating “vintage” art for Millenials by using new media. Maybe you can’t feel the same type of energy if you’re a baby boomer since you never experienced the good old days of the first Super Mario on NES or when Windows 95 debuted on our screens with its huge and pale tones that are nice memories of childhood for all of this generation. Infact, If you’re a millennial, you can still experience the same grain and noises of watching pirated VHS tapes with your friends through Zannen art. You can also relive the smell of a brand-new arcade game in an amusement arcade full of little bullies competing against one another in Street Fighter. Zannen art also features designs from classic Japanese animations like Sailor Moon, Pokemon, Ghost in the Shell, and Akira. So Zannen Art is a complete and deep journey into the mind of an average millenial; looking at his gifs is like walking directly into the heart of a generation that doesn’t speak much because they don’t have a strong enough voice to be heard by older generations who consider their hobbies and culture to be unimportant even today. A generation made up of extremely different yet similar people who live in the United States, Europe, Asia, and other locations where the traditional barriers have crumbled since the arrival of the internet in the year 2000. We know that this art was not created with paintings, oils, photography, or other common media and cannot be hung on walls, but it was created with a computer and some animation software and can be viewed on a browser, but we don’t mind at HEL MORT® because we believe that art is everywhere and can be created with anything! And we believe that as the world evolves and changes, so should art and its media! So we give Zannen Art the same importance that we give to a Rembrandt piece or a mediaeval painting because this artist is speaking about his times, his generation, and doing so with fantasy and an epic sense of design that will only be understood in the next centuries because new generations will ask “Who were these people who lived between the 1990s and 2100? How did they live? “like we do today when we see elegant costumes and distant faces of people who look like us but are extremely different from us in antique paintings in our museums.

Zannen is the artist that is celebrating an entire generation with melancholy, horror, and outstanding design!

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Intellectual property of Pietro Mancini, original artworks used for non-commercial purposes by HEL MORT®.

Pietro Mancini

Pietro Mancini Art is just fashion, an astonishing stylish voyage between recent history and the present age of digital creations; all of his artworks, in fact, are attempting to transport us to a not-too-distant era of mankind in sorrowful dark uniforms fighting in world wars. 

His artworks full of these grey figures, like in old photos of our grandparents, are attempting to explain the desolation of a war without a sense fought by people without a name and, in some cases, without a soul, their brutal appearance is impersonal, frigid, and we can’t identify anything of human at all. At some ways, these people resemble mannequins in an empty building; they appear to be ghosts; they’re not scary, not beautiful, but they’re blank, so indifferent that we can’t feel anything for them! And this is Pietro Mancini’s ability: to show us the war for what it truly is: a senseless dimension in which people no longer count and are only lethal toys in the hands of robotic generals and politicians devoid of emotions and focused solely on strategy. But, if we look carefully, we can see round and colourful geometric figures around the combatants’ heads, as if they were saints from some mediaeval cathedral with a golden halo trying to express some kind of purity, because, after all, no one can really accuse these people who died or continue to die on battlefields. In fact, the artist accuses the old and present possibilities of stupid manipulations that brought civilization into a war while also demonstrating how these people are still corrupted by a still current propaganda that connects war with fabricated ideals like honour, respect, code, patriotism, and many other words that immediately vanish when a bullet kills the first man and the battlefield becomes filthy with human blood, faeces and tears. So Pietro Mancini art is the ideal art to collect and consider during the 2022 season because it has the ability to remember and demonstrate us the insanity of war as an instrument of power held in the hands of crazy people from the past or present, such as Putin and other individuals who are attempting to bring all of us into a nuclear world war. Pietro Mancini’s art is a manifest, a manifest of not just one generation, but all generations born after WWII, who reject the idea of war as a solution, and he’s right, because nobody wants it, nobody likes it, and all of us want to live simply in peace and stop thinking that war can still happen in our era, and these artworks are screaming “Make art, not war! Live your life and don’t die for these fools!”…

Pietro Mancini Art is opposed to all forms of fascism, militarism, and any ideal that can lead to our death and this is absolutely important today more than ever.

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Senator Greaves

Senator Greaves’ art is “100% American Art,” not simply “Art.” Why did we chose this quote to start this review? The answer is simple. Some people see America as a country without an identity, a country of immigrants who have lost their roots but are only linked by large greasy fast food Hamburgers and fire arms ready to start the next school massacre…

But, if you’re a person who enjoys analysing different cultures, if you don’t regard stereotypes and empty words, you might be able to perceive behind the American culture the most interesting human experiment ever conducted in human history. Take people from all over the world and combine them in a massive melting pot, exalting all of their cultures, faiths, beliefs, and habits into a single massive identity, and you will have the most bizarre and fascinating population on the planet. And in the midst of all these millions upon millions of people, Senator Greaves demonstrates the genuine face of this mixed society by making the ideal mosaic of all these identities in his own artworks. In fact, if you look closely at all of his works, you will see not only pictures, but pages from the history of a country that is very new in comparison to the rest of the globe, yet ancient enough to reflect memories that are part of a common collective conscience. Astronaut space suits remind us of the vintage but never-died vision of the first man on the moon, insane monkeys with guns remind us of the stress of the question of fire weapons for a country that consents to their possession, and a black guy’s head in the hand of a big white man remember the racial question and the dreadful old days of racial segregation, masks of Asian monsters, and a boy with a helicopter toy remind the Pacific wars, Vietnam, and the current economic cold war with China. All of these topics, as previously stated, are not just pictures but memories, strong memories and actual dilemmas of an entire country that is still dealing with them, and this country is America, so it’s as if the entire America is speaking through this artist showing us a very strong and perceptible identity that someone who doesn’t want to see. This is a heritage shared by individuals of various religions, nationalities, cultures, and backgrounds, and it has never happened anywhere else on the planet other than America. But, in all of Senator Greaves’ art, there is always an artwork that pretends not to be related with this huge mosaic of an American unique face, and in fact, these specific artworks are immaculate, pure, lovely, and extraordinarily delicate, contrasting with the rest. These are portraits of native Americans, the true owners of the American continent, and they demonstrate a natural elegance, a natural majesty similar to old Greek statues. These natives looks like if they see us all as small bugs, little bugs and rats battling for some rubbish in a competitive atmosphere we call society, a society that is entirely totally disconnected from what the old indigenous used to love: nature, freedom, open spaces, and the desire to be who you truly are. Senator Greaves is having the same conversation with all of us, and he’s doing it in a very poetic way with his art, showing us the errors and mistakes done by a western culture that has lost its connection with nature, life, and it’s just made by lies that we prefer not to see because our god doesn’t consent to it. And our God is not locked up in a church, but in a bank, since money is the only true god here, not anything else. So, when this inner god speaks to us, Senator Greaves’ native american characters go from lovely human forms to scary skeletal figures, ghosts who hunt us and point their fingers, asking us, “Why?” 

Senator Greaves’ art should be exhibited among the work of Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Grant Wood in certain national museums because he portrays modern America in a way that only the great masters can!

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