The Happy! exhibition at NSU Art Museum includes several works by Keith Haring, who was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, in 1958 and lived and worked in New York until his death in 1990. Haring created hundreds of symbolic, graffiti-infused drawings, paintings and murals during his short lifetime. One of the pieces, Untitled (3 Eye Smiley Face), 1982, depicts a frequently used, recognizable image from his repertoire. He reportedly developed this image by accident when he left too much room between two eyes and decided to fill the gap by adding a third. Many have offered alternative meanings to this third eye. However, Haring felt the meaning of this image as well as many of his other iconic emblems should remain open for interpretation.