Book Reviews

Daniel Brush: Gold Without Boundaries with writings by: Ralph Esmerian, Paul Theroux, Donald Kuspit, David Bennett, Daniel Brush New York, Harry N. Abrams Inc. 275 pages, $65 A newly published book describes Daniel Brush's road to enlightenment, while a reissue documents the world's greatest jewelry collection. Thirty years ago, Daniel Brush – only 20 years old and already showing in major galleries – found himself at an impasse. He felt “totally apart,” judging his work “unrelated to a movement, with few interactions, lonely...” Brush describes his mind in that period as “confused and on fire, a totally uncontrolled fire, looking for the 'quenching' of enlightenment.” The road to enlightenment began with a golden bowl from the third century b.c. Brush saw on display in London's Victoria and Albert Museum. That simple Greek vessel inspired him to begin making gold o

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