Karine Percheron-Daniels’ seemingly photo-shopped painting of First Lady Michelle Obama is embroiled in controversy (http://fineartamerica.com/featured/first-lady-karine-percheron-daniels.html ). With the exception of the face and the insertion of the American flag, Percheron-Daniels’ portrait is an exact replica of Portrait d’une négresse painted by Marie-Guilhelmine Benoist and exhibited in Paris in 1800 at the Salon.
Rose McGee has a beautiful home.
Her lawn is meticulously maintained. Bright flowers accent her home's walkway. Inside, there is a stunning custom mural of an African village painted on a living room wall.
Pictured: Rose McGee seated (left) in her living room with David Gilbert-Pederson of Occupy Home (seated right), Cathy Spann (standing left), president of the Northside Community Reinvestment Coalition and Maren McDonell of the Northside Reinvestment Coalition and Jewish Community Action.