Viva la Vida Loca
By Sergio Drumond

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SERGIO DRUMOND is an artist, theologian and writer. Born in Brazil, he worked in Europe and Asia as a book illustrator, cartoonist, painter and animator. He also lived in the Philippines, Japan, and Thailand, teaching art as well as helping NGOs with social and relief work. He and his wife, Cynthia, live at Lakeside. For commission painting and other artwork please contact him at:
sdrumondart.weebly.com
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