Julia Hamilton: In Loving Color
Clip: Season 5 Episode 17 | 5m 26s
When she was in her 20s, Columbus artist and IT professional Julia Hamilton discovered she had a benign neurological disorder known as synesthesia. It’s a perceptual phenomenon that allows her to see music, and even letters, as colors. Her latest body of work, recently on view at Franklin Park Conservatory, is a series of brilliant alcohol-ink paintings inspired by music.
Aired: 03/22/18Video has closed captioning.
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