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Maltese and Ethiopian inspired art exhibited at Cavalieri Art Hotel

Samson is a Maltese national of Ethiopian origin best known as an actor, magician, musician and entertainer. His latest discovery is that of painting.

Samson has been living in Malta for the last 35 years. He is a proud father of four and grandfather to be very soon. He travelled a lot and everywhere he goes he is happy to entertain those around him. He performed in Canada, USA, Germany, Tunisia, France, England and Ethiopia besides Malta.

His greatest contribution was to the Maltese Tourism Industry and Animation. Many tourists still keep in touch with him and some even return purposely to watch his shows. Many animators thank him for working close with them and sharing his skills.

Before starting to work as an animator, Samson attended the Manoel Theatre Academy for Dramatic Arts, where he got a distinction, and from then he never stopped entertaining people. He attended courses in Graphic and industrial design, but he is self taught as an artist.

This is his next achievement. He has a good number of paintings inspired by Maltese and Ethiopian culture. His styles are varied from landscape to portrait, realistic, modern etc.

Some of his paintings are currently being exhibited at the Cavalieri Art Hotel in St Julians till the 3rd of January.

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