R.I.P. Robin Williams

I wasn’t necessarily the biggest Robin Williams fan but there was no denying his sharp mind, his comic genius. I’m sad that he killed himself because I mourn the loss of the best and brightest of anything, whether it be Williams or Steve Jobs (who’s loss I still feel strongly).

Americans must feel it even more, and my heart goes out to those who looked at Williams and saw his kind heart as well as his penetrating mind. His wit cut through and made a difference in peoples’ lives by making them laugh, seeing him doing the right thing and being a caring voice.

Losing a brilliant mind and talent is never easy, and our lives I guess are going to be just a tiny bit less fun than they were when Robin Williams was around…

By the way, in my last blog I made the mistake of listing my painting, Pond View, at 30 x 40″ when actually it’s 36 x 48″. I’ve had several people on my mailing list write me to ask about it, and yes, I am bringing it down to the Toronto North Art Walk this Friday and Saturday, Mel Lastman Square in Toronto.

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