Dr. Timea Andrea Lelik has an ability to make a lecture feel more like a friendly conversation. This quality of delivery was especially apropos in her talk about Henri Matisse. As she always does when speaking about artists, she made the person come to life and, in so doing, breathed life into his already life-filled art work. She related many details about how Matisse was able to overcome the difficulties posed to him by increasing age and infirmity and, in so doing, left her audience not only with a well rounded biography of the man, but also with a warm feeling of hope.
I am running out of superlatives to describe Timea's lectures. They are consistently fascinating, entertaining, and enlightening. If you have the chance, don't miss it.
A beautiful conference, very informative
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