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Surreal Painting - Beer Falls by Richie Montgomery

Beer Falls is a painting by Richie Montgomery which was uploaded on July 13th, 2012.

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Hi Richie - A wonderful illustration relating to a sad time in your life, which has happily ended in a bright future, congratulations - Chris

This is fantastic! And bravo to you!! v/f/pin!

fantastic work!!!

Thank You!!!

it was a pleasure to watch your fantastic drawings .... beautiful ...v&fand tweet

Simply beautiful and moving. :)

Thank you, my life was revolving around alcohol and going down a drain. I was homeless off and on for many years then for 5 years straight. I was waking up in the morning with DT's so bad I had to drink a couple of beers before I even got out of my sleeping bag just so I could function. Then start the day and the ever-present hunt for alcohol and money for it. I gave up on life, then I met my current girlfriend. She gave me the much needed reason to actually live. What I had before wasn't a life, it was a tragedy. This is an image from those depths of depression. I never want to return! This image represents the beginning of my actual life on this planet, my new wonderful life.

very compelling...and symbolic....sad but true....

This looks like it should be hanging on the wall at an AA meeting. So deep.

very emontional

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