At The Brink of Mysteries

Van Gogh looked at sunflowers and night skies very differently than most of us. The artist saw an explosion of colors within the “yellow” of sunflowers and a swirling depth of colors expressed in the “black” of a starry night.

The artist wasn’t so much painting what he saw objectively, but sharing what he felt intuitively. He felt an explosion of meaning in the ordinary objects all around him. He wanted to give us the

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I occasionally write fiction and also about creativity, loving, language learning and psycho/spirituality. I’m a longtime painter and reader.

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David Price

David Price

I occasionally write fiction and also about creativity, loving, language learning and psycho/spirituality. I’m a longtime painter and reader.

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