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One is Adam, One is Superman: The Artists of Creative Growth

by Leon Borensztein

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Providing innovative art programs to adults with developmental, physical, mental, and emotional disabilities, Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, California, is the oldest and largest nonprofit visual art center in the country. The outsider artists of Creative Growth produce extraordinary work -- painting, sculpture, drawing, collage -- that can only come from within. In this collection, photographs by Leon Borensztein exhibit this work and portray each artist honestly and positively, while statements from the artists themselves capture their personal connection to their work. One is Adam, One is Superman offers the viewer a window into the lives and creative souls of these exceptional individuals.… (more)
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Providing innovative art programs to adults with developmental, physical, mental, and emotional disabilities, Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, California, is the oldest and largest nonprofit visual art center in the country. The outsider artists of Creative Growth produce extraordinary work -- painting, sculpture, drawing, collage -- that can only come from within. In this collection, photographs by Leon Borensztein exhibit this work and portray each artist honestly and positively, while statements from the artists themselves capture their personal connection to their work. One is Adam, One is Superman offers the viewer a window into the lives and creative souls of these exceptional individuals.

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