Marriage is a strange thing. Divorce doubly so. It is however the selfless acts during marriage that are some of the most enduring. My ex-wife Angel put up in fine fashion a free site dedicated to a Borders Books & Music regular Jack S Bihm, a true outsider artist. Keef Patrick is key to this. His interest and fascination in Jack’s art was instrumental in the sites creation, myself being the humble middle man. Indeed, Keef’s own art is fantastic and can be seen here. Jack touched many lives with his casual, surreal and random acts of kindness, handing out his art for free to everyone and anyone he met in and around the environs of Torrance, Los Angeles. Keef has written a great recollection on the site about Jack. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Jack received a degree in agriculture from the University of Nebraska and fought in the Korean war. I remember one day Jack coming up to the information counter in Borders and handing over to me a plastic cup with flowers inside and a drawing across it. “I hit it out of the ballpark today…” he said in his sly and enigmatic way while walking towards the entrance. Myself and Keef gleefully looked at each other in awe of his zen. During my five years working at Borders Books and Music I learned a powerful thing; art saves us, art redeems us, art connects us.