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Artist Marc Remus Wins Art Competition at Frankfurt's Mexican Consulate

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On Nov. 1, 2012, it was announced that visual artist and painter Marc Remus won the art competition at the Mexican Consulate in Frankfurt, Germany.

Votes

There were 47 artists who exhibited, and the artist with the most visitors' votes became the official winner.

Mayan Painting

The total of votes cast was 600, and Remus received the majority of those votes, all on his Mayan painting. He won in both categories. "Most Popular Artist" and "Most Popular Painting" were the categories.

Marc Remus
Marc Remus and painting on Mexico
Photo: Courtesy

Marc Remus' Background

Remus, born in Frankfurt, Germany, is a Neo-pop artist, painter and illustrator.

Not only are Remus' works pleasing to the eye, but it is his artistic technique that enables one to see and sense the very location each piece represents.

"It is the content that counts, but the style makes a painting bloom." - Marc Remus

Frankfurt Germany
Frankfurt, Germany
Photo: Wiki

Remus' Projects

There is more great news pertaining to Remus' projects, as his art and writing talents will be combined in a new fiction series of children's books that is up and coming!

Discovering Marc Remus

To discover more on Marc Remus, his art, exhibitions, travels and more, fans can go to Marc Remus Fine Art. Fans can also follow Marc Remus at Facebook.

Congratulations go to Marc on his wins!

Enjoy clip on Mayan culture.

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