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PaperCity Houston September 2020

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all the stray creatures in his neighborhood; visited the sick and elderly in assisted-living homes; and gave proceeds of art sales to his self- funded Praise God Foundation, which addressed the needs he encountered in the world. Now that Forrest is with us in spirit, the bright news is that his artwork and legacy (at the time of his death, he was represented by Deborah Colton Gallery) will be the subject of a significant volume forthcoming from Texas A&M University Press, penned by art historian, curator, and scholar Susie Kalil. (Art historian Sandra Jensen Rowland is also working on a Prince book.) Meanwhile, at press time, word arrived of a special honor we know Brother Forrest would have approved of: The recently minted Artists for Artists will rename their emergency fund that assists creatives — the Forrest Prince Artist Relief Fund. More on this story, and additional anecdotes about Forrest Prince, on Catherine D. Anspon REMEMBERING BROTHER FORREST PRINCE (Continued from page 22) The author and the artist at Pete Gershon's Collision book signing, September 2018, Glassell School of Art Detail of an installation that warns against the perils of eating animals 713.502.9996 PINEY POINT VILLAGE | 4-5/4.5+ | $2.6M | Fully fenced/gated on acre lot TANGLEWOOD | 4-5/5 | $1.6+M | Remodeled with modern open design BRIARGROVE | 4-5/3.5+ | $1.7+M | Recent construction with primary bedroom down LYNN ZARR, JR.

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