I skipped the scavenger hunt today, but yesterday, I got to participate in something called Art at Work. This activity takes place in the office, and calls for the untalented lawyers and future lawyers to attempt to create -- or replicate -- a great masterpiece, supposedly in the name of relaxation and bonding.
I attempted to copy the lovely work to the left, "Narcissis" by Henri Matisse:
The result, as pictured to the right, is sort of Matisse-meets-Gauguin-meets-Van Gogh-meets-Crayola.
My mom might be proud, but this guy is probably laughing his ass off. But at least I've finally and conclusively established that my true calling was not art, and in retrospect, it's probably a good thing that I'm a tax lawyer.
(If you don't understand the title of this post, click here.)
Update: If you want to paint in your office but can't, try the Jackson Pollock-a-sketch.