Marilyn Monroe 100 x 100 cm.
Acrylpaint on canvas
Marilyn Monroe was beauty at its glory
Marilyn Monroe photographiée par Sam Shaw, devant le Plaza Athénée, New York, mai 1957
Searching for an identity seems like an exhausting, never-ending task. I went to military college hoping I could find my place, then to civilian university, where I jumped (or considered jumping) majors so many times - from computer science to math to history to writing to psychology. Growing up it was impossible for me to decide what I wanted to do with my life - I considered writing, engineering, animation, programming, and on and on and on. I ended up crashing and burning. It's almost impossible to make choices when you don't know who you are. I don't feel like anything. On any given day I could be a whole different person from the one I was the day before.
“Millions of people live their entire lives without finding themselves. But it is something I must do.” - Marilyn Monroe
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Gwen Verdon working with Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell on the choreography for GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (1953)
Chaos makes the muse
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Marilyn Monroe on the cover of Prevue magazine, January, 1953.
Marilyn Monroe photographed at a charity baseball game, 1952.
Marilyn Monroe and her dog Maf at the Beverly Hills Hotel in 1961.
“I live here all alone with my snowball, my little white poodle"