Thursday, October 13, 2011
John Newman Draws from his Art to Fight Back
I had the pleasure of listening to Mary Hynes on the CBC's Tapestry today. (October 2nd, 2011). She presented the story of John Holmes, a lifelong artist, who was struck down by a stroke. John fought back by learning to draw with his left hand.
Please click here to be taken to John's Facebook page.
Please click here to be taken to Mary Hyne's CBC, Tapestry webpage, where you can listen to John's story.
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