Untitled (Girl in Red Vest)
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The ornamented tree in this drawing corresponds visually to the one seen in this photograph by Melinda Blauvelt, showing how Rowe’s imagination fed both her drawings and her built environment, and the two practices also cross-pollinated each other. Rowe’s aesthetic of fullness reigned in both space and on paper. The abundance of color and form in drawings like this one reflect the chockablock nature of the Playhouse, which was teeming with its own characters, patterns, and vignettes.