The Art of Rebellion
Arts & Creativity • 4m 45s
Harold Garde is a great-great-grandfather, and, by most accounts, a great, great artist. Now in his mid-90s, the renowned artist is not only still painting daily in his home studio, he sees his work as the ultimate act of artistic rebellion.
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