The original painting was created for, and donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum for their inaugural Artnonymous event in 2018. Donated anonymously - that is without signature or identification of the artist beforehand - participants were directed to select with their eyes - choose what they like - without regard to the artist's name. To learn more about the history of this neat little building and the creation of this painting, check out my blog "Playing, I Mean Painting the Harp."
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