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  • Artist heals childhood wounds from anti-gay bullying by painting in his secluded mountain studio

    Johnny Dean McCurry said he knew he was gay when he was five years old and was bullied throughout his childhood. After leaving the mountains of North Carolina in his 20s, he has returned and is now healing his childhood wounds through art, yoga and introspection in the wood cabin that has been passed down through his family for generations.

Artist heals childhood wounds from anti-gay bullying by painting in his secluded mountain studio

Johnny Dean McCurry said he knew he was gay when he was five years old and was bullied throughout his childhood. After leaving the mountains of North Carolina in his 20s, he has returned and is now healing his childhood wounds through art, yoga and introspection in the wood cabin that has been passed down through his family for generations.
Justine Miller jmiller@mcclatchy.com