Saturday, October 12, 2019

Clay Roueche paintings on display at Blue Lotus



Blue Lotus Art Galley at the Guildford Town Centre in Surrey have a new set of Clay Roueche paintings and prints on display. The prints are quite reasonable. The originals are expensive but they are originals. They are the actual paintings the prints were made from and are without question connectable treasures that will increase in value.



Most of Clay's paintings have an Asian theme in keeping with his martial arts background and philosophy. My favorite is the Dragon and the Phoenix. The colours are astounding. He has a new one of a Samurai in combat with a tiger that's awesome as well. They actually have that original here at Blue Lotus. This is all very positive and worth supporting.



Blue Lotus has a new location in Guildford Mall. Now they are in the overpass across from Shaw.

"Clay believes that no matter what a person's past may have been, their future is whatever they choose to make it." The Book Of Indomitable Virtues. There, the goose is out.

6 comments:

  1. They look like cheesy Chinese restaurant doodles.

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    1. Coming from a worthless rat with K files who lies for the Po Po in court so he doesn't have to go to jail for trafficking crystal meth. F*ck you. Plumber97 is Donnie McWhirter.

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  2. So Clay is no longer involved in gangs?

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    1. No, he's in prison. All his communication with his family and everyone else is monitored. He has nothing to do with this completely fictitious take back of the drug dealers in the DTES. That was a bold faced lie. All the leaders of the UN are either in prison or out of the country. The Gang Task Force is lying about him because they don't want his prison transfer to come through. Whether or not he stays out of gangs after his release from prison has yet to be seen. That he will have to earn. Yet when he was involved with that life, he was completely different than the others. He was a Don not a scumbag. The other have a lot to learn from him.

      The other guys kill people they hired to do hits and testify against people they hired so they don't have to go to jail for ordering the hit. Clay never did that.

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  3. Keep going Clay: you are doing your best to stay grounded
    Great art work good therapy.
    I mean you got to give the guy some credit!

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    1. Exactly. Clay wrote his book while spending almost two years in solitary.

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