When I was a kid, I went to art classes at the Carnegie Museum in Oakland. We had this great instructor Joe Fitzpatrick who was also a family friend and who had not only taught art to my dad, my aunt and my uncles, but he also taught Andy Warhola who later made a name for himself without the "a". Fitz used to tell us that art was man's attempt to recreate beauty.
I guess that's true, but you better have something beautiful to start out with. Proof of that is that there is a lot of ugly art out there. Now that being said, it brings us to this piece... She was in a lot of stuff, but some of you might remember Rebecca McFarland as the cute blonde girl Anna that was smitten with bad boy George on an episode of Sinefeld. I know I was smitten with her. They should have made her a regular. I recently learned that she has given up acting and has turned to writing. I'm sure she will shine at that too.
Adobe Illustrator 8.0, Apple G4 Power Mac, OS 9.2