Who’s to Blame?

Being an Art educator has its perks. While I get to see masterpieces, I also have the opportunity to read their reflections, ideas, thought process, inspiration, etc. We encourage expression through visuals and also written words. To my surprise (or horror), I saw this.

Who’s to Blame

Who’s to blame?

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