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Hamish overcomes disability to create art

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Video Sharon Shostak. Music Norm Appel


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  1. I went along to Hamish’s Red Gallery exhibition. It was fantastic to see how talented he really is. All he needs is a brief or a project from someone in the commercial sense (ad agencies or anyone who needs an illustration or painting) and get paid for his wonderful talent!

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