In an exclusive interview with Fox News, the former president described the making of his new book, “Out of Many, 하나: Portraits of America’s Immigrants,” and what made him pick up the paint brush.
“It’s something I just came to, I hadn’t been painting all my life,” 부시는 말했다. “I started painting eight years ago, and I’ve been painting ever since.”
“I was busy, but it turns out, I wasn’t fulfilled,” 그는 계속했다. “Exercising, golfing some, and giving speeches, and writing some other books, and by chance, someone gave me Winston Churchill’s essay, ‘Painting as a Pastime.’ I read it, and as a Churchill admirer, I took a keen interest in his paintings.”
Bush said Churchill’s essay “talked about the joy of painting, 그리고 나는 말했다, maybe this is what would fill my interests.”