A video has gone viral on YouTube in which artist and YouTube channel creator Andy Warhol shows off his collection of video art.

The video, entitled “Art and Warhol,” is titled “My collection of Warhols.”

The video shows Warhol taking an artistic tour through his studio, showing off his many works of art and then making a statement about his “happiness” and how “Art has never been more relevant.”

As Warhol begins to show off his creations, the audience can be heard asking questions and asking questions.

Warhol says he’s always been interested in art, but he’s never done a video like this before.

“This is a little bit like going into a studio and just trying to paint a canvas,” Warhol said.

Warhol then makes a statement: “We’ve been living in a time of war for the last few years.

I think that’s the most important thing for us to acknowledge.

The war has been a big part of my life.”

Warhol continues to explain the war in Vietnam, and his personal journey.

Warhole said that his father was a US soldier who fought in Vietnam and was in Vietnam for two years.

Warhole said he decided to make his own video to honor those who died during the war.

“I was in this little studio, making this video that’s a tribute to the men and women that have served and who died in our service,” he said.

“I thought it would be interesting to use their work, their personal work, to create a kind of piece that reflects on the war.”

“It’s a bit of a meditation on how this war has changed our way of life,” Warhole continued.

“What I think the video is trying to do is show how these war memories have impacted me and my generation.”

Warhole, who is known for his large collections of art, said that Warhol’s collection of art will help him create his own unique work.

“Warhol’s paintings are his way of saying, ‘Look at what I’ve done in my life and see how it’s shaped my art,'” he said in the video.

“He’s always trying to get out of the box and do something new, and he’s also trying to create something that is very contemporary, which he always does.

It’s a very exciting time to be a part of the war effort and art.”