(from: Portrait of a Singer's Inner Soul by Robert Enright) © Toronto Globe and Mail July 5, 2000
And there are reproductions taken from early sketch-pad drawings — including one of a youthful Neil Young — that Mitchell did backstage in the 1960's as she waited to perform.
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Kit Autry on :
what an insirational piece of art. Reminds me of seeing him in the late 60's at Mackey Auditorium, Boulder Co.,CU campus. Ala carte. " Oh to Live on Sugar Mountain". Your brilliance of composition is stunning on this sketch. Reminds me of another song " Sunshine on my shoulders, Makes me Happy". J Denver. Love this. Keep on Keepin On. KIT
pkdesu on :
this painting would mean a lot to someone I know
jasooo on :
Would you be willing to entertain an offer for this piece? thanks!
djowanne on :
I've been a Joni Mitchell and Neil Young fan since age 9!
I absolutely love this work of art. Does it need an introduction? No, but the man deserves one, for sure!
Exceptional songwriters, artists!
sharonharrison on :
No title necessary. It looks exactly like him. She caputred his total essence.
Hendo on :
Really like this, very simple but has got Shakey bang on.