His moody renderings — the Museum of Art, City Hall, the weary faces of those who also called the streets home — would then be displayed on what passed as his gallery: the bushes in Rittenhouse Square, or the storefront security gates beside which Sanders bedded down at night. He blames himself for making poor decisions and placing his trust in people unworthy of it.Yet the talent that first showed itself during a comfortable Main Line upbringing, that matured at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in the 1980s, that gave him entree to the city's creative circles, and put him on a path to early success — that talent has weathered the vicissitudes of a life that went to hell, and the long, still unfolding journey back.
"This is an exhibit about an artist who happens to be experiencing homelessness.
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The proof hangs in Gorevin Gallery at Cabrini University in Radnor, where "Painting Without a Home: Selected Watercolors of Doug Sanders" will remain on exhibit through Thursday.