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Patti Lynn Dunlap's insighful perspective pen and ink drawings of old
barns and homesteads conjure up images of bygone days. She
began her career as a commercial artist and created illustrations for
newspapers, magazines, phone book covers, greeting cards and a
Girl Scout patch.
Pat's artwork has appeared at the Friends of Louisiana Public
Broadcasting Art & Travel Auction, the Louisiana State
Museum-Batron Rouge, and the Charles Sumner School Museum in
Washington, D.C. She recently made an art instructional video airing
on local television.
Pat is a member of the National League or American Pen Women
and theArkansas Arts Council Registry. She continues to teach and
exhibit in juried shows. Pat can be reached at P.O. Box 201,
Cherokee Village, AR 72525.
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