"Everyone's A Critic" is a loud and raucous homage to the unloved stepchild of the clarinet family: the alto clarinet. Achieving cult status in the 1950s and 60s, it faded into obscurity until a recent resurgence in popularity (mostly due to Texas high school bands and composer Julie Giroux). Extra points if you can identify the excerpts hidden in this drawing! The original was an 11x14 watercolor brush pen and ink drawing on Bristol board. The art print is 8.5 inches by 11 inches and printed on archival paper with archival ink.