Warren E. Saul: 1978  
Hidden Message to Art Judges 
(Pen,  8x10)

Hidden Message to Art Judges  

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Hidden Message to Art Judges
Pen and ink by Warren E. Saul (1978)

My father's application for membership by the Rochester Art Club was rejected twice. Then, he decided to apply again, but with his tongue firmly in cheek. This diary page shows why and most definitely how he intended to play a joke on jurors that he felt did not know as much about art as he did. Dad was proud of having earned his Masters in Art History from the University of Rochester. He also knew Morse code. And, as I think his work demonstrates, the man was both a talented painter and a brilliant sketch artist.


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