Everyday Matters

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  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-01-09
  • Publisher: Hachette Books

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Danny Gregory is responsible for an entire community of artists. His website, DannyGregory.com, forms a meeting point for hundreds of New Yorkers - and visitors from around the world - who have encountered his remarkable book The Creative License and found that art has the power to change them infinitely for the better. Danny used to be a typical New York professional. Busy, driven, eyes on the future. As did his wife, Patti. Their baby, Jack, was 10 months old - life was good. And then Patti fell under a subway train and was paralysed from the waist down. Stunned in a world where nothing seemed to have much meaning any more, Danny decided to teach himself to draw - and what he learned saved him. Suddenly things had colour again, and value. In The Creative License, he imparted the secret to others - in Everyday Matters, he reveals his journal of discovery, recovery and daily life through his drawings and words - the actual graphic diary he kept once he had realised that art was a key not only to survival, but to rejuvenation. As funny, insightful and surprising as life itself, Everyday Matters is a unique thing - a graphic journal of self-discovery; of hope; and of the power of art.

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