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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Sep 4, 2015 10:54 AM CDT

Art is subjective. Works of literature are interpreted differently; people hear different messages in music, and paintings can be seen through a number of varying lenses. (Except, of course, Picasso who confuses everyone equally.)

Take, for example, the famous Grant Wood painting "American Gothic." What do you see? Maybe, as some at the time of its unveiling did, you come to the conclusion it was a comic piece. Or you might possibly view it as a snapshot of a father and daughter (yes daughter, which opens another interesting debate) mourning the loss of something, or someone dear to them. The ...

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