Building Bridges

Kinkade, Thomas
October 2001
American Artist;Oct2001, Vol. 65 Issue 711, p16
Discusses the role of the artist as a bridge builder. Description of the life of an artist; Consequences of sharing the author's work to others; Reaction of people who visit the sculpture `David,' by Michelangelo in Florence, Italy.


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