Daisy Brand’s art recalls an ugly event with beautiful, subtle skill
By Don M. Burrows

One beautiful scene has stuck with Daisy Brand since she saw it as a teenager some 62 years ago. It colors her artwork even today.

An orange hue lit the sky the day she was initiated into a Nazi concentration camp. Only later did she find out the color was caused by the refraction of light through smoke rising from the burning bodies of the executed. MORE.