Sunday

Art is a Way - Judith Scott

Yesterday, I stumbled upon a post about the amazing life of an amazing artist and couldn't help but share.

Judith Scott was a visual artist isolated from outside influences as a result of the impact of deafness and Down's syndrome. She was independent and self-directed. In the eighteen years Judith made her work she never repeated a form of color scheme. Continue reading here

Before you watch the video or read the post, I have to warn you though: it's some pretty emotional stuff.

3 comments:

Colours and Textures said...

Wow Rita, thanks for sharing.

Pink Pearl ® said...

Thank you Rita for sharring this story. It's heartbreaking but also so beautifull. I'm impressed.

Love Helmie.



Donna, Doni, Lady D said...

Really enjoyed that Rita. Thanks for the opportunity of seeing and reading about his incredible woman. After you see this - how can we doubt ourselves! xodonna