It wasn’t quite like being discovered at Schwab’s Drugstore, but artist Simon Andrew’s debut in a Hollywood movie was almost as serendipitous. Last summer, the Kingston, Ont., painter spent five weeks in the Penobscot Bay area of Maine, producing oil paintings and drawings for The Man Without a Face, an upcoming movie in which Mel Gibson plays a reclusive, disfigured painter.
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