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Artist Tobi Kahn

  • Aired: 07/26/2013
  • 08:30
  • Rating: NR
He first started creating "end-of-life" artwork for his dying mother 8 years ago. After she passed away, Kahn continued painting them in her memory. The paintings of flowers and other scenes from nature, according to Sally Kaplan of the United Jewish Appeal, helps dying patients feel peace at the end of their lives.
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His art offers an experience of healing, transcendence and "beauty linked to holiness."
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