Former Head of School Martha Cutts, rejoined the school on Monday for a celebration in the library.  She unveiled her portrait, completed by artist Maud Taber-Thomas. Washington Latin board member and classics scholar Hunter Rawlings first learned about the artist several years ago and decided that she must paint the one and only Ms. Cutts. Taber-Thomas, based in Maryland, is a painter who specializes in oil paintings and charcoal.  The former English major has also painted characters of classic literature.