"If nations join together now, before the big collapse and share their resources, they can maintain a level of sustainability. Sustain the people that is, and not banks and businesses."
Hello my name is Michael Green and thank you
for taking the time to stop by this website.
I was born in Cyprus and have travelled far and wide through the years and am currently in the South East, UK. I got a very big wake-up call in 1999, being given a book to read entitled,"A Reasonable Life" by Ferenc Mate. It prompted several personal changes.
The chapter called "Television" had the following ... "Setting television loose in America was like carpet bombing the continent with Valium…daily". I took up painting late 2002 and quickly discovered acrylics and whilst on a "business" course saw a whole pile of computer monitors that were going to be thrown away, because they no longer functioned.
Quickly discovered the adaptability of acrylics and started painting on old tv's and computer screens. Not quite certain exactly how many I have done so far, but it's 50 or so, in the UK, Spain and Costa Rica.
I have a distinct passion to express views and visions on anything man or nature can muster! Primarily I focus on obsolete T.Vs however I also paint on leaves, old toys, most electrical items etc as well as walls and furniture.
I really enjoy being able to help spread the incredible benefits we could all one day experience, of a Resourced Based Economy, and my love for painting has grown more and more knowing this.
Costa Rica is where I learned of The Venus Project and the concept of a Global Resource Based Economy through a series of Zeitgeist documentaries, specifically "Zeitgeist Addendum" and "Zeitgeist Moving Forward" in 2011.
Since then I have become an advocate for this concept and have connected globally with others promoting this. To get a better understanding my suggestion would be to watch Zeitgeist Addendum.
If you would like to contact me please visit my contact page