Ashes to Art: Painter Uses Cremated Human Remains

Adam Brown says his portraits are "a good way to remember that someone lived."
3:00 | 02/13/14

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In artists whose paintings are a -- to life like it's not what he paints it is what's in the paint. You can look closely at the works done by campaigner Adam brown of Kansas City, Missouri but you still -- see yet that is because mixed into every drop of paid every. Swirl of his breast stroke -- human -- it remains. People send in the ash is round uses them to create -- work of art. A tribute to a loving who lost family member. Just -- -- hit me that having. You know -- and an -- on the fireplace. Is a good way to remember that someone died but having -- in a piece of art is a good way to remember that someone lived. The ashes can be used in portraits landscapes and abstract art Brownfield each work with a protective coat and sends the remaining remains. Back to family members of a -- others say --

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