WILL HOLUB
Neuroscience has shown that abstract art engages viewers in the creative and pleasurable use of their imaginations. This aligns with Buddhism's "bodhisattva imperative" to alleviate the suffering of others through compassionate action. Has there ever been a more essential time for art than now?


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WILL HOLUB
Untitled (3) from the Nightjar series (detail)
2016
Acrylic on paper on canvas
32 x 32 inches