If Esther Ritz paints to "express her freedom of imagination," then we naturally have the undeniable right to "express our freedom of interpretation" when looking at her colorful, abstract paintings, right? For instance, when we look at Ritz's "It's a Long Long Road," we see a horse trotting through the fiery cauldron of hell while spectators pelt it with after dinner mints. While we go see our... More >>>