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(Back Body by Betsy Cook)

a talk with artist Betsy Cook

Sunday, December 10; 2 – 4 PM
Curtis Library, Morrell Room, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick
Members $20, Non-Members $30

For many artists, the “what-to-paint-dilemma” is, at best, haunting and at worst, it threatens to derail our creative pursuits altogether. Fortunately, we can find answers and inspiration in one of the unlikeliest places—in what Carl Jung calls a “confrontation with the unconscious.”

In letting go of conventional methods of thinking about what to create, Betsy Cook’s experience has instead led her to surrender to a process that can best be understood as an excavation of sorts—a diving into the depths that characterize the unconscious.

With this presentation, we will discuss Betsy’s creative approach, using examples from her work to share her personal “confrontation with the unconscious.” [TO CONTINUE READING CLICK HERE…]

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