Artist Robert Seaman Completes 1 Year Of Creating Pandemic Doodles
Artist Robert Seaman on May 11 completed one year of creating doodles on pandemic. Robert works for six hours a day creating a doodle every day. The 88-year-old started his journey of doodles from a one-room apartment in New Hampshire. Having deep interest in drawing from an early age, the octogenarian artist later aimed to pursue it as a career, for which he even left his real estate job.