Lawyer Harvey Peyton enthusiastically discusses art from the New Deal era. Pictured is the 1934 "Mural Study for John Reed Club," tempera on panel, by Walter Quirt (American 1902-1968). Peyton said Quirt used his art to denounce the exploitation of workers, unemployment and poverty.
"Steadfast Bunch," a 2011 acrylic on panel by Cleveland artist Amy Casey, is one of owner Peyton's favorites. He explained that Casey uses a single-hair paintbrush for the finer details of her art.