This is painting #1
The next in the series is a much darker piece that was done on 10 1/2 x 14 1/2 water color paper. this piece also shows a soldiers face centered in the painting,it also has a lot more elements to it as it shows two enemies on each side of the piece and also chaos surrounding it
The third painting in the series is showing a soldier standing in front of a mirror, but he does not see himself as a soldier, he sees himself as he was when he was a civilian. This is a different version of the original drawing that was done based on the real accounts of a story from a soldier that had their story produced in a publication called The Journal of Military Experience Volume II of which Mr. Murwin was given the task to create sketch drawings for each story. However this piece is much darker than the original drawing, and tries to show the emotional roller coaster that our troops go through during war.
Painting # 3
Painting # 4
The painting above is in Honor of our Canine Heroes and there handlers. Many lives are save because of the heroic efforts of both the canine and it's handler. this too is Black & White mixed media on 10 1/2 x 14 1/2 water color paper.
In this series of paintings Mr. Murwin is trying to capture the raw emotion of what a member of our military may endure while in a war. This is very difficult since the artist himself has never served in the military. However he has spoken at length with many troops that have served and are serving, and families who have lost a loved one in service to their country. Their will be prints made up from the completed works which will be for sale on the Heroes Fallen studios website once the series is completed. Please stay tuned to this site for further info. If you have any questions you can leave a comment here or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org