|Gilbert Stuart's Portrait of|
George Washington (1796)
|Grant Wood's American Gothic (1930)|
|Keith Haring's Crack is Wack (1986)|
Rosalie referred to Haring's work as "graffiti-glyphics," and the thought dovetailed perfectly with the beginning of our class when we talked about ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. In six short weeks we saw not only Rosalie's "Top 100" hit parade of artistic creations, but literally thousands of works. Each week was a new adventure, and I already miss the class. Fingers crossed that she will teach a more focused art history class in the future. In the meantime, the next session of her class starts on Wednesday, November 6th. There's a seat just waiting for you!