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Featured Artist: Jimmy Rouse

Images and stories by Jimmy Rouse | “In the painting, those are my two grandchildren charging up the hill. The painting is a homage to an early painting hero of mine, Chaim Souttine. He was a Russian Jew who fled to Paris as a teenager because he was beaten in his village for making graven images. At the end of his life, he said there were only two things he wanted to paint, children and trees. I get that. What is more alive than children and trees.”