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"This next one is more of an abstract. Nevertheless, it wasn't meant to be. It was my intention to make a very dark street, but in watercolors it isn't easy. Make a mistake and you can't undo it, especially if your working in dark pigments, so it became this. The street became more a river and while I was painting it the song Tsunami popped up in my head from the Manic Street Preachers. I find it a very beautiful painting."  – Benny

CONCLUSION
Artists are different beings. What one finds as expression or beauty may not always settle in the minds of casual observers. What is presented before the naked eye is often left open to interpretation and scrutiny. It is the artist's job to communicate the feelings and deeper emotional messages necessary for interaction. Quite often, the images do not convey the entire story, the years of frustation and futility behind each visual, the vast impressions left behind on the canvas. There is a great deal of passion and psychology involved in the creative process. The artist alone must decide on the proper method for execution. Some work in oils, others in charcoal, some may even use computers. For Benny Smet, the primary mediums are pastel and watercolor – and he is one of the best. His work is loose and comes from the heart. While it is never easy to understand an artist or what they are trying to express, Benny always leaves his soul on the canvas. Whether it is an iconic musician or some ancient vista in Italy, Benny always delivers. He is a genuine artist and I'm very honored to feature his work here...

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