Artist finds therapy in work after suffering 'life-altering assault'
Step into the front room at the Rourke Art Gallery, and you'll be greeted by a rather stern, hard and cold face. Drawn in charcoal on white canvas, it's a dark head, nearly floating above the faint line of a shirt collar, with heavy shadows covering the eyes.
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