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William Kurelek, CM (March 3, 1927 – November 3, 1977) was a Canadian artist and writer. His work was influenced by his childhood on the prairies, his Ukrainian-Canadian roots, his struggles with mental illness, and his conversion to Roman Catholicism. His father, Dmytro Kurelek, was born in Boriwtsi, Bukovina. Mary Huculak, his mother, was born in Canada, and received her elementary education in a local rural school
Why am I?", painted in England, recalled Kurelek's time as a lonely wanderer hitchhiking down from Canada to. .William Kurelek was magnificently brave in sharing his story of suffering, and we need to give more people the space they need to do the same
Why am I?", painted in England, recalled Kurelek's time as a lonely wanderer hitchhiking down from Canada to Mexico. It features prominently in "William Kurelek's The Maze" and is a part of the permanent collection at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore. William Kurelek's The Maze. William Kurelek was magnificently brave in sharing his story of suffering, and we need to give more people the space they need to do the same. Some causes to get behind on Workman Arts and Bring Change to Mind, two organizations that work tirelessly to break the stigma of mental illness, so that healing can begin.
Someone With Me: An Autobiography (1973) Ithaca, New York: Centre for Improvement of Undergraduate Education, Cornell . With WK in the Workshop: A Memoir of William Kurelek. Aya Press, The Mercury Press, 1989.
Someone With Me: An Autobiography (1973) Ithaca, New York: Centre for Improvement of Undergraduate Education, Cornell University. A Prairie Boy's Winter (1973) ISBN 0-88776-102-X. Lumberjack (1974) ISBN 0-88776-378-2.
Morley, Patricia, "William Kurelek". In The Canadian Encyclopedia . His books for children (A Prairie Boy's Winter, 1973; Lumberjack, 1974; A Prairie Boy's Summer, 1975; and A Northern Nativity, 1976) have become modern classics. His autobiography, Someone With Me (1973, rev ed 1980), ends with his marriage to Jean Andrews (1962). Kurelek was an outstanding artist with a unique idealistic and pragmatic vision. A modern Jeremiah, he painted a coming apocalypse - divine justice on a materialistic, secular society.
William Kurelek remains one of Canada's best-known painters of prairie farm scenes
William Kurelek remains one of Canada's best-known painters of prairie farm scenes. This essay considers Kurelek's allegorical paintings and his autobiography, Someone with Me, as acts that chart his movement from a discourse of melancholia to mourning, from art that re-enacts psychic pain to art that records social losses. Above all, because I love memory. Jacques Derrida, The Work of Mourning. William Kurelek is best known as a Ukranian-Canadian painter who, before his death in 1982, produced landscapes and allegorical scenes of Canadian prairie life.
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