Talk:Joe Bonham Project

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Resources from the founder[edit]

Michael D Fay edits here. He has passed us the following information on his talk page, and I have copied it here for editors to consider for inclusion.

BEGINS Here are links to several other Joe Bonham Project artists and related:


Related: We have purchased permissions from the Royal College of Surgeons to use several Tonks' reproductions of his pastels of wounded and recovering Tommies. Tonks is a major inspiration for the project. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Tonks There is a wonderful academic article called 'Flesh Poems' http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3158130/

Another inspiration is the Russian artist Gennady Dobrov http://www.lifeartworks.com/gennady-dobrov-tragedy-war-drawings/

Here's an excellent talk by Victor Juhasz for a TEDx presentation...he talks about combat art and The Joe Bonham Project http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/TEDxScottAFB-Victor-Juhasz-Illu ENDS

Michael Fay edits here as Cwo2mdfay and is leaving making dits to non involved editors, of which I am one such. What I'd like to se is some WP:RS references that link these artists to the project. Then it is far easier to populate it with them, and their pages with it. Fiddle Faddle 13:13, 2 December 2013 (UTC)