'I am not an expert in the causes of depression, only an expert in the experience of it, and after four or so decades living with the illness, I know a few things about it.' Michael Redhill is a poet, novelist and playwright. This essay, at the request of The Globe and Mail, was adapted from a Facebook post
September 2, 2014 letter, AN ARTIST'S MIND, "My friend Joe Blodgett said, "There's two ways to walk this path--one for the path and one for the spirit..." (image: "Forest Spirit", acrylic painting by Robert Genn painted on location while filming the video in 2007)
From an artist's mind springs a paper town Read more: http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/blogs/artists-mind-springs-paper-town#ixzz3jYmlTWmG Charles Young's meticulous paper sculptures will awaken your inner child.
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From his famous canvases and walls in New York City, Jean-Michel Basquiat has transitioned onto paper. A collection of his innermost thoughts, notes and other small snippets of the artists' mind are on display. Take a peek for yourself.