NewsArts & Culture / May 22, 2020

Visual Artist Benny Sanders Finding Balance In Isolation

Visual Artist Benny Sanders Finding Balance In IsolationThough many businesses and restaurants are now able to reopen, arts and entertainment venues remain closed. And while some creative's find blessings in isolation, others feel the curse. Visual artist Benny Sanders finds himself somewhere in between.Benny Sanders, Harrison Center for the Arts, coronavirus, COVID-192020-05-22T00:00:00-04:00
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Visual Artist Benny Sanders Finding Balance In Isolation

Visual artist Benny Sanders.

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Though many businesses and restaurants are now able to reopen, arts and entertainment venues remain closed. And while some creative's find blessings in isolation, others feel the curse. Visual artist Benny Sanders finds himself somewhere in between.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke by phone with Sanders about finding balance to keep his art and mental health on track.

Sanders is scheduled to show new work in July at the Harrison Center. If the building isn’t open for public viewing, a First Friday Visual Tour will be available -- and on the WFYI Facebook page.

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