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Underneath are published articles written about the prolific artist Davion " Dismoc Le Ma " Coleman.

Dan Culpepper Writes

published 1/20/22

"I instantly found this remarkable exhibit to be pleasing and informative. The message is compelling, and the symbolism is potent. The 3D interactive portion was mesmerizing. The incredible videos adequately provided an additional layer of splendid entertainment and valuable insight."

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Q&A with VoyageSTL

published 1/21/22

Dismoc Le Ma states:

The road has been the furthest from smooth. As I look back on my journey, all my accomplishments are overshadowed by darkness fueled by continuous family issues and imbalanced relationships.

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Dr. Mugabe Writes

published 1/21/22

Why is red considered so sensual? Does wearing red make you more attractive, or is it a cry for attention? I have another theory: red is the practice of mediocrity for the non-creative.

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Lukumi Arlota Writes

published 11/18/21

When you view the artwork you are definitely in for a treat of symbolism and an artist narrative.

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Father's Shoes

published 10/27/20

Two paintings published on Mag Twenty Twenty.

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Q&A with Voyage Chicago

published 5/15/18

Dismoc Le Ma states:

I’m a visual artist, my artwork is bold, colorful, high contrast, and figurative. My work normally represents a story or an expression. My work tends to have heavy brush strokes and texture which I use to convey a certain feeling. I want people to engage in my work and see their life through my painting or emotionally connect with the painting.

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Anna Ojascastro Guzon of YourWords STL writes

published 4/13/16

The students began the class sitting toward the back of the room, but on Coleman’s urging, they ended up standing, encircling Coleman and his artwork. At the start of class, I perceived a slight Let’s see how good this guy really is mood, but as the illustrations were revealed, subtle amazement and pride in their own writing edged out signs of pessimism.

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