Rush Limbaugh and Benjamin Franklin
The Artist, Bruce Reeves Swift, Has Been Painting "Portraits of America” Since The Late 1960s, Showing American Life Portrayed Through Bruce’s Eyes In His Paintings And Drawings. Bruce Discovered Rush Limbaugh While Driving One Morning In 1988 And Has Never Changed The Station While Rush Was On Since Then. He Became A Rush Team Member And Still Is!
Bruce Is Convinced That “Rush Has Changed The History Of The World” More Than Anyone Else In Our Time And Decided To Create A New Series Of Painting That Compare Today’s Great Americans With An American In Our History That They Parallel Most Closely And Are Equal InTheir Impact On America and The World. And So His “Great American Parallels” Series Of Paintings Was Created!
For Rush, His Impact Has Come Because Of His Brilliant Mind And His Ability To Think Outside The Current Communication Box! In Fact Rush Created A Whole NEW BOX That The World Had Never Heard Before With His Ability To Talk To Normal Americans Over The Radio With Humor And Story Telling In A Way Unheard Of Since Benjamin Franklin’s "Poor Richard’s Almanac”, Which Captivated And Communicated With The Normal Americans Of His Time.
In This Painting Bruce Shows Rush and Benjamin’s Communication Skills With The Clouds They Are Surrounded By To Illustrate Their Sharing Of Ideas Around The World. The Kite And Golden Microphone Are Symbols Of Their Pioneering New Ideas That Changed The World. Their Expressions Show Their Kindness And Love For Their Fellow Man With That Spark Of Humor And Joy In Their Eyes. Original- Signed Giclee- $1,800.00.