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  • david mitchell

    Thanks Jerry. I think I get your point, which I find delightfully subversive.

    Spending a week with you last month has definitely given me a new sense of freedom. I’m seeing and experiencing the world differently — and finding this both enjoyable and liberating.

    The Canadian autumn is filled with new and sometimes breathtaking visual revelations. And this is owing to the intellectual and artistic stimulation provided by your teaching. Thanks again for this gift.

    David Mitchell

    October 30, 2011
    • Jerry Fresia

      Thanks David; I like the phrase “delightfully subversive.” It’s a nice definition of certain kinds of freedom that
      don’t fit into modes of freedom that are really turn on obedience.

      October 30, 2011
  • Mike Daly

    We are here, reading and learning. Just wondering how we can release ourselves from the harsh realities of life onto the freedom of the canvas.

    November 22, 2011
    • Jerry Fresia

      Thanks Mike. No easy answers. But that the challenge and fun of it, don’t you agree? The “freedom of the canvas” is always and simply our own new found freedom, in a particular moment, often unexpected. Suddenly it’s there…..and then it disappears.

      February 17, 2012

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