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Famous Tampa Artist,Tampa Artist,Tampa Famous Artist http://hongkongwillie.blogspot.com/2014/04/weird-florida-roads-less-traveled.html Google Hongkongwillie Blue Marlin Dreams Hongkongwillie Art, $225,000 To Live a life in the art world and be so blessed to make a social impact. Artists are to give back, talent is to tell a story, to make change. Reuse is a life experience https://www.etsy.com/shop/hongkongwillie It,(was the dump) that had all this media, and a young enterprising mind. Not enough time to capture it all. Raised on Tampa city dump,like living in the Penthouse in the upper east side. New Tampa Patch By Tristram DeRoma The Story Behind the Eye-Catching Art at I-75 Exit 266 Tampa Florida Famous Florida Recycling Artist Joe Brown, better known as "Hong Kong Willie," makes art with a message at his home/studio near Sometimes, it s the smallest experiences that have the biggest impact on a person s life. While attending an art class in 1958 at the age of 8, Legendary Recycling Artist, Joe Brown recalled being mesmerized by the lesson. It involved transforming a Gerber baby bottle into a piece of art. The Gerber bottle had no intrinsic value at all, he said. But when (the instructor) got through with me that day, she made me see how something so (valueless) can be valuable. By the time class was over, Brown learned many other lessons, too, such as the importance of volunteerism, recycling, reuse and giving back to the community. He recalled being impressed by the teacher's volunteer work in Hiroshima, Japan, helping atomic bomb survivors. "One of the last words she ever spoke to me about that was, When I left, I left out of Hong Kong, he said. After turning that over in his young brain for awhile, he decided to use it in a nickname, adding the name Willie a year later. You've probably seen Hong Ko...

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