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by Ryan Almighty
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Portrait of Aubeytu Abellona with her son and pet done in the blood of Jarred Grafton... more
60" Diameter Not Including Tassles
Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.
2 - 3 business days
Portrait of Aubeytu Abellona with her son and pet done in the blood of Jarred Grafton contact me privately if you would like to commission me to do a HUMAN BLOOD portrait of a loved one... Its more than a keepsake, Its a relic All paintings are done using human blood as a medium. Pieces by ALMIGHTY can be found in various institutions such as the Poe Museum in Richmond VA and notable private collections and Odditoriums all over the world... My art is most defiantly appreciated by those with an unusual pallet...
The artwork of Ryan Almighty has is fueled by isolation, individuality, madness and a taste for the morbid. Born to a single mother in rural Pennsylvania Ryan started life not knowing quite where he fit in. While the other kids played sports and enjoyed the treasures that small town America had to offer, Ryan spent much of his time alone drawing zombies and images of death. Adolescence was also a challenge for Almighty.. An awkward and eccentric kid with a growing hatred for the jocks and cliques that tormented him on a daily basis Ryan found comfort in Horror Films, art and punk rock. Ryan made a point of provoking those that he felt tormented him through art, elaborate pranks, and self expression causing concern to his guidance...
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