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Following the death of her husband, art history professor Joan Uraneck took a personal journey aimed at coping with grief. Cody Romano highlights how Uraneck recalled memories that she could relate to paintings from Picasso's Blue and Rose periods, which allowed her to illustrate her journey as if they were paintings.
Dismantle the Sun
After losing her husband to ALS, Joan Uraneck began to redefine her sense of spirituality but experiences the struggles of being a widow in our recent culture. Anna Clarke highlights Uraneck's life with her husband, dealing with ALS, and coping with his death.