Maryland Calligraphy Portraits in Words
|Obama Portrait in
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Artist Jerry Breen
has created this amazing Calligraphy Portrait of President Barack
Obama using the words of Obama's keynote address at the 2004 Democratic
National Convention - the speech that made the little-known Senatorial
candidate a rising star in American politics. This was the speech in
which Obama first articulated his vision of "the politics of hope" that
inspired the nation. It's the perfect gift for anyone who believes in
Obama's vision of America's future. This portrait has attracted
worldwide acclaim, and has been printed in leading European
publications! Prints are available by mail order (11 inches
by 14 inches on fine quality art paper) for just $10 each, including
shipping to anywhere in the United States or Canada! Additional copies
for just $5 each!
Mail a check or money
order ($10 for the first print, $5 for each additional print) to:
Jerry Breen, 816A Cinnamon Ridge Place, Cockeysville, MD 21030-4316.
Please specify "Obama Calligraphy Portrait".
prints are available for the same price! Dr. Martin Luther King,
Abraham Lincoln and Malcolm X! (More info below.)
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Jerry Breen is
a skilled calligrapher with many years of experience. He has done
assignments for many Government agencies, major corporations and
institutions, as well as private individuals. He can provide creative
solutions to your needs, whether routine or very challenging. Call for
more information. Contact Jerry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-683-1562.
Worldwide Acclaim for Obama Calligraphy Portrait !
calligraphy portrait of President Barack Obama is now attracting
international attention. One of Europe's leading financial newspapers,
Financial Times Deutschland, printed it as part of an article on the
various ways artists depict Obama. The headline "Malen nach Wahlen"
means "Post-Election Art". The copy reads: "Jerry Breen drew Obama with
his own words. He created a calligraphy portrait with Obama's speech in
2004. His first one was Martin Luther King formed from calligraphy.
'I'm probably the only one who makes these portraits', says Breen,
'Maybe I'm the only one patient enough. Or crazy enough.' " Now
The Times of London's Higher Education Magazine has chosen Jerry's
Obama portrait in calligraphy for its April 2nd 2009 cover (below).