Ernst Fuchs Fan
She is majoring in art at Lafayette and will be graduating next year.
"One of the coolest things that's ever happened to me was I was lucky enough to get chosen for a scholarship. I was able to go to Vienna and go to (artist) Ernst Fuchs's villa. I was fortunate enough to go through his house but was unable to meet him due to, I mean he's like 90 or 91. What's to say? I mean, his mother saved him in youth from the Nazis, converted to Christianity, and he built this relationship with Salvador Dali and started this surrealist, almost votive drawing style. It's crazy. And he gave me his autograph on a postcard."
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