Now That We've Seen George W. Bush's Self Portraits, Let's See Yours Now That We've Seen George W. Bush's Self Portraits, Let's See Yours
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Now that we know about W's kinder, tortured artist side, what still remains unclear is how the man responsible for the Global War on Terror, the collapse of America's reputation abroad, and Dick Cheney, became a creative. Over the weekend Fox News located the source—Bush's art teacher Bonnie Flood, who spent six hours a day for about a month with Bush in Boca Grande, FL.
While he's definitely going down in history books as something, I won't hold my breath for a show at the Whitney. Though it could be just a matter of time before this Sunday painter is given an exhibition at a gallery near you.
What do you think? Are you interested in seeing more from George W. Bush, the artist? How does your own self portrait compare to his? Create your own self portrait and Tweet it to us @GOOD by March 20 with the hash tag #goodselfie. We'll include it in a roundup post on the site.
Images courtesy of George W. Bush.