About the Artist
BFA Washington University, St. Louis, 1954. Studied woodblock printing and painting for two years in Japan. Further graduate study at Kansas City Art Institute: photography and printmaking, then taught photography there. Received grants from Hallmark and the Smithsonian to produce a S.I.T.E.S. (Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Service) Exhibition "The Tallgrass Prairie, An American Landscape" covering many aspects of the original prairie landscapes including the cultures of the original native Americans in 13 midwestern states -- five years of field work. Exhibition traveled ten years to all 50 states before retiring to Kansas State University and it was published as a book, TALLGRASS PRAIRIE, THE INLAND SEA in 1979. Distinguished Alumni Award from Washington University, 1980. Visiting lecturer at WU 1980's. Residency at Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France, 1992. Collections include Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Museum, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Spencer Museum (Kansas University), Beach Museum (Kansas State University) Wichita Museum and others. See website for more information.
Preferred Audiences: All
Disciplines: Literature, Painting, Printmaking
Patricia DuBose Duncan17 Garnet Drive
Topsham ME 04086