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Published:May 30th, 2012 00:54 EST
Introducing Marc Pouhe to the Arts Community

Introducing Marc Pouhe to the Arts Community

By SOP newswire2

Marc Pouhe
Meet Our Award Winning Actor
With great honor, I Introduce Marc Pouhe to our art village of artists and arts lovers.

Marc is an accomplished actor, who has participated in many movies. I fondly call him Mr. Macbeth. Not because I am a fan of Shakespeare but he played the role so real that he made it seem like it was just happening now.

I see it like the new genre of majestic colors
blazing through the race of life

making its marks at it glows and goes
passing it on. Passing it on.

The glows for the glory. One Color at a time. But mixed with each other.

A quantum maze with strokes of the brushes.

Tragedy depicted by paints of beautiful flares of simplicity

..... And think about a mind of complex ideas with simple solutions

-personal opinion/poem in celebration of Marc`s painting, plasmatream- Oladayo Sanusi
Prime numbers

Prime glory

As the days goes by slowly

Unfolding into a new life and a new beginning

What about numbers?

What about time?

What about structure?

It all blends into one. Just like the old sayings. Nothing new under the sky.

However, the primary colors of the passing of time will keep changing, just like science; What goes up must come down. Isaac Newton in the theory of gravity said that when I was in physics classes.

As I go through the classes of life in colors, I have come to realize that the rules of gravity does appear to correlate with every day living.

We Pray. We hope. We believe in Prime Numbers as we shuffle the prime glory between ups and downs.
We move. We glide. We go up and down on the spectra of life.

personal opinion/poem to celebrate the work of Marc Pouhe
Oladayo Sanusi

Before rediscovering painting last year, Marc Pouhé was an award-winning actor from Austin, Texas. Marc discovered acting at Tulane University when a friend suggested he audition for William Shakespeare`s Pericles. He quickly became a student of classical theatre and contemporary drama but also excelled in musical roles such as Chicago`s Billy Flynn.

Marc launched his professional acting career in 2004 about the same time he began painting on canvas. He worked extensively with Austin`s premiere theatre organizations including Zach Theatre, Austin Shakespeare, and Mary Moody Northen Theatre at St. Edward`s University. Theatre credits include title characters in Macbeth and Othello, leading roles in Chicago, Six Degrees of Separation, Death and the King`s Horseman, Master Harold and the Boys, and supporting roles in Jesus Christ Superstar, The Exonerated, The Grapes of Wrath, Three Sisters, Cyrano de Bergerac, The Glass Menagerie, and several others. Marc is a three-time winner of the Austin Critics` Table Award and a three-time nominee for the B. Iden Payne Acting Award. As Marc`s acting career began to blossom he put painting on the back burner.

In 2006, Marc expanded his focus to include film and television. He`s appeared on Prison Break and Friday Night Lights. Film credits include The Overbrook Brothers, Between Kings and Queens, Mnemosyne Rising, Play Time, The Ticket, Holy Hell, and Jesse`s Closet. On a lighter note, Marc is the voice of Dogbert in the animated web series on

Marc underwent a major life change after being diagnosed with kidney disease following an award winning performance as wayward preacher James Casey in The Grapes of Wrath in May 2009. He moved to Harlingen shortly after being diagnosed so that his mother, a pharmacist, could help guide and manage his treatment. Marc was introduced to Dr. Oladayo Sanusi in January of 2010. It is this doctor/patient relationship that influenced and encouraged Marc to begin painting again. The creative outlet provided by painting is an excellent surrogate for the creative rewards provided by acting. Marc enjoys the concrete nature and permanence of his artwork and looks forward to continued growth and development in the visual arts.

What Else can I tell you about Marc. He is a fait accompli to me. He is awesome painter and actor with many accolades in his honor.

With great honor and respect for a gentleman with a brush and majestic therapeutic voice, I introduce Marc Pouhe to the arts community and I welcome him to our village of artists.

Hopefully Marc will join us at our up coming rgvartonllne art forum in August at Golden Palms Retirement Center. I will be looking forward to seeing you there.

Art Forum
August 2012
Golden Palms Retirement Center
Good Music. Good People. Good Food.
Featuring rgvartonline artist
Will be open to the public
A Full Concierge Arts Affair

Be Our Guest.

This is to all artists. Join our village of artists, displaying their work and showing their talents online hosted by us. Prints available by our print shoppe team. Free delivery of your work to your fans all year round. We just don`t post and walk away, we market your work. Plus you earn 25% of what is sold and shipped on your behalf.

This is not a promise. It is a pledge.

Oladayo A. Sanusi, MD, FACP, FASN
Physician. Poet. Author. Artist