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Paintings by Beau Bernier Frank

Beau Bernier Frank is a 24-year-old French-American surrealist painter. Since graduating from high school in 2011, Beau has pursued a life of traveling and adventure, jumping back and forth between living in Italy, Spain, and the States. To learn more about Beau, please visit his Instagram and Tumblr or listen to what he has to say as an artist, watching his YouTube channel

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