158 300x200 Homelessness reflected: Artist Jacob Browns own experience focus of exhibit Oranges and yellows bursting from behind a tree are part of the movement of energy marking nature’s awakening when winter turns to spring.
For Jacob Brown, an Amherst artist who was homeless off and on for nearly 30 years, the oil painting he named “Sunset” is perhaps his favorite work of art because it not only reflects the most important time of year for those who don’t have roofs over their heads but also represents the end of the time he found himself homeless.

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