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Nonconformist is exploring his artistic options

We have all, at least once, asked ourselves “what will become of that kid?” He was the one who, at 14, tattooed himself, pierced himself, listened to vulgar music, and had a problem with authority. Jason Goldsberry, 22, was (is) “that kid” and he has a full-time job, is a father, a husband, an artist, and he’s happy. Sure, he still has a problem with authority but he’s adapted and creating art is his way of continuing to question authority.

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We have all, at least once, asked ourselves “what will become of that kid?” He was the one who, at 14, tattooed himself, pierced himself, listened to vulgar music, and had a problem with authority. Jason Goldsberry, 22, was (is) “that kid” and he has a full-time job, is a father, a husband, an artist, and he’s happy. Sure, he still has a problem with authority but he’s adapted and creating art is his way of continuing to question authority.