Description about the painting:
This painting is George Veditz's office in his home in Colorado Springs. He has a framed picture of Alexander Graham Bell as a Wolf in Sheep's Clothing. He called him, "a wolf in sheep's clothing." Idiom: a dangerous person pretending to be harmless. The clock is "ASL NOW" clock handmade by Antonia Lindsey. The clock is carried during Deaf rallies. The trophies are from the Colorado Poultry Association that Veditz belonged in the early 1900s. The typewriter was given to Veditz from National Association of the Deaf. This painting shows the feel of George Veditz being present today in 2013 because AGB still remains a wolf in sheep's clothing and the ASL NOW clock on top shelf of his desk. That means wherever the clock goes, Veditz goes, too.