Former President George W. Bush is set to have his first proper gallery show.
The aspiring painter will display his artwork at a special exhibit starting in early April at his presidential library in Dallas, the Dallas Morning News reported Monday.
The exhibit will feature “two dozen never-before-exhibited portraits painted by Bush,” according to the newspaper. So in that case “43,” as he signs his works, probably won’t be exhibiting his animal series or shower self-portraits.
But the skull paintings he’s reportedly been working on would be fair game.
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