compositions by the artist’s brother,
which play on two localized speakers,
allow the voices of those who posed to
be heard along with the natural sounds
of the landscape and music inspired by
the voices and the landscape.
Rose's husband, artist/designer Chuck
Morris, did the engineering and
mapping of the dimensional view
landscape, so Rose could paint the 34
landscape panels and have them all
align from one point of view.
In 2015, Portrait of Maquoketa
was purchased by the Figge Art Museum
The 112 page hardbound book on Portrait
of Maquoketa is available here.