Dallas Campus Grammar Art Classes take on "Blue Dog"

The Dallas campus grammar art classes have recently begun studying George Rodrigue, an American artist who in the late 1960s began one of the most prolific careers in art. He is most known for his creation of Modern art pieces on a Cajun legend called Loup-garou.
The Dallas campus has recently begun studying the artist, George Rodrigue. His most known creation, blue dog, based on the Cajun legend Loup-garou, has been the inspiration for the grammar art classes' most recent projects.


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