Through his own eyes
Some artists complain that they did not have a childhood. Michael, on
the contrary, had only one continuous childhood and was utterly deprived
from all other stages of life. The originally produced and copyrighted
Michael-Child was watching in amusement how the surrounding body was growing
up, getting bigger, fatter, grayer, thinner, again fatter, again thinner
and at this point he is at 156 pounds and 300 years old. Michael-Child
never worked even one hour in his entire life. Instead he was doing what
he really loved and people would bring him eggs, apples, live stock, and
The minute Michael-Child was born he knew he was destined to be an artist.
Some people thought that it was a little too early for one-hour-old to
embark on artistic career, but at that point of life Michael-Child did
not think so. Early on he was often misunderstood by people, including
his parents, who would not take kindly to spilling food and coloring walls
as an artistic expression. Obviously they were wrong and should have saved
the precious early works. Can one imagine Leonardo’s early scribbles
at the age of one? What would it bring at Sotheby’s today? Then
it was music, drawing and brief ballet studies at Bolshoi Theater Ballet
School (got a part in French movie “Journey to the Bolshoi Ballet”
and almost got a part in the Tarkovsky’s film “Violin and
Steamroller”). He became disillusioned by communist ideology after
being hit by a car at the Red Square in front of Lenin’s Mausoleum.
Young adult childhood:
Love of his life (his wife). Music. Gaining weight. No drawing. No composing.
Love of his life (still his wife). Some children. Music. Gaining weight.
Middle age childhood:
Love of his life (still his wife). Some adult-size children. Music. Gaining
No drawing. No composing.
Love of his life (still his wife). Adult children. Granddaughter! Painting
and Drawing, Composing, and writing.
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