The Supreme Food Court is painted outside of a school cafeteria, where it offers students a selection of fruits and vegetables that are native to the new world. Michelle Obama, dressed as Rosie the Riveter, flexes her muscle, while Benjamin Franklin reads a newspaper with the headline, "Court OKs Women's Right to Bare Arms." Boy, did I have fun painting this! It is life size.
I met my first art critic in kindergarten. After painting what I thought was a fitting tribute to a weekend wedding, I was eager to share my vision with my classmates. But instead of displaying my creation, the teacher merely pointed out that I failed to give the bride nostrils. Nevertheless, I continued on, still hoping to be an artist one day.
Unfortunately, I was so fearful of critics, that I hid from my teacher during my first college painting class. When judgement day arrived, I slipped my canvas into the line-up of freshly painted images and ran away. When I retrieved the reviewed artwork (for which I earned a passing grade), I found catharsis by breaking up the painting and tossing it down the dorm's trash chute.
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