The poet John Keats wrote about the importance of solitude for art, as did poet Elizabeth Bishop, writer Wendell Berry and others. This recognition that alone time spurs the mind has since given rise to a whole industry of artist retreats (and the desire to visit such places even if one isn’t an artist). So it’s fitting that a new artist retreat is set in one of the most iconic locations for solitude that can be conjured: a deserted island.

Source: A Lucky Artist Will Be Marooned on a Deserted Island | Smart News | Smithsonian
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