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Decoding "art" Of course, it started with craft. The craft of making a bowl or a tool or anything that created function. As humans became wealthier, we could seek out the artisan, the craftsperson who would add an element of panache and style to the tools we used. It's not much of a leap from the beautiful functional object to one that has no function other than to be beautiful. Art was born.
“This is an exceptional opportunity to view symbolic and historic art that has been secured in the Institute’s archives for decades.” - Oglethorpe University Museum of Art Director Lloyd Nick . Carl Jung was arguably one of the most fascinating minds of modern psychology. Credited as the founder of analytical psychology, he is one of the worlds' best known researchers of dream analysis. brookhaven.patch
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by Maria Popova From Gertrude Stein to Karl Popper, or how to architect “negative capability” and live with mystery. Creating a "Fourth Culture" of Knowledge: Jonah Lehrer on Why Science and Art Need Each Other
by Maria Popova A Painting of Cancer Cells Inspired by Carl Sagan
William Utermohlen's Self-Portraits Of His Decline From Alzheimer's Disease For over twelve years, William Utermohlen's mind slowly unraveled. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1995, and " from that moment on, he began to try to understand it by painting himself," said his wife, Patricia, to The New York Times . Utermohlen's self-portraits reveal his decline from Alzheimer's disease, but they also show an artist rediscovering color.
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