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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Kurt Wenner
"This particular piece has a bit of a different geometry, in the sense that we've set the viewpoint up pretty high here at fifteen and a half feet," he said. "And there's going to be a second layer of art, suspended over the first layer of art, horizontally, and gives the appearance of a much, much larger drawing."
"The classical tradition is awesome," Wenner says. "It's just amazing the implications in it and the abilities artists had by learning it."