The Expressionist is a fictional tale that centres on the development of a young Australian boy, Albert Dennis Braun, livingin rural and regional NSW, and his coming of age into a realm of artistic and creative tendencies. The story involves loss and sadness, as well as physical, spiritual and artistic growth. The Expressionist is written with the understanding that life, and all it entails, suggests that we as human beings are able to accomplish, overcome and establish an individual path no matter what the challenge. For the young Albert, this is possible despite the many and varied challenges associted with growing up: spirituality, relationships, life choices, artistic practice, emotional stability and the attitude of society towards those who choose 'the path less taken.'
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