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The Scream Painting

Eduardo Vieitez

United Kingdom

Painting, Oil on Wood

Size: 24 W x 32.3 H x 1.2 D in

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About The Artwork

I painted an acrylic red base on a recycled old wood pallet, where I made a transfer of newspapers. Finally I painted in oil the scene. This is the most iconic frame of the film I shot about Syria, I needed to paint it as it was full of emotions, as we recreated live the bombings to make it real for the film. So we all in the shooting set could have a better idea of what could be being in the middle of such brutal moment. The feelings in our young actress were of pure fear, was no acting at all.

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Painting:Oil on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:24 W x 32.3 H x 1.2 D in

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I'm a Spanish film director based in London. My first childhood memories were myself drawing with a pencil, I used to draw everything happened to me during the day, including dreams or nightmares, was my way of meditation about life. I studied fine arts in Madrid, learning and loving every technic, water colour, pastel painting, Chinese ink, acrylic, oil... But I found in directing ads a way of making a living and take care of my 3 children's family. I did several exhibitions, selling almost every painting before moving to London 7 years ago. I was too busy with my work as to keep painting, just weekly drawing sessions with my children, they love it. But in 2017 I directed a special shortfilm to me, the one that changed my mind, I shot an amazing story about Syria war and refugees. After that tough experience, being so close to this suffering people and in a war area, being for so long in the "panic zone", I needed to come back to painting, as I used to do when child, to get rid of the nightmares that did not let me sleep once I was back at home, in London. It worked out. Now, as a grateful act for that therapy, I thought of selling all that works, meaning so much for me, trying to rise some money to send back to help Syrian people, it won't be much, but I know well everything helps when people are so in need. And this time I now that I won't stop painting anymore :)

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