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Unintended Detours Episode 3: What Remains

From: Sue Mell
Series: Unintended Detours
Length: 12:19

What Remains: a painter's legacy. Read the full description.

Detours What Remains: a painter's legacy; a portrait of the painter Mary Yntema. So much of creating art is a struggle to be seen or heard--to give birth to something that has a life of it's own--something that will live on long after we're gone. But what happens when an artist's life is cut short? Especially if their work wasn't recognized before their death?

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Piece Description

What Remains: a painter's legacy; a portrait of the painter Mary Yntema. So much of creating art is a struggle to be seen or heard--to give birth to something that has a life of it's own--something that will live on long after we're gone. But what happens when an artist's life is cut short? Especially if their work wasn't recognized before their death?

Broadcast History

A shorter version of this piece aired on Studio 360 on July 20th, 2007 (show #829).

Related Website

http://www.suemell.com