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Bev doolittle- Attn: Judy

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Sat, 21 Nov 1998 00:42:51 -0500


Sorry guys but Judy's letter was sent back to me so I am posting
this first page only.... Judy contact me!!!!!!!
Judy, sorry it has taken me awhile to get back to you. Here is one
handout. I have another and a biography sheet. I know there is an
hour video, because when I gave the lesson we had a tape, but I
think I gave it to the school when I left Oregon-Darn!!!
I'll type more tomorrow- the lesson and hopefully the scanning.
Sandra

Name: Bev Doolittle

Type of art: Watercolors

About His/Her Life
1.Born and brought up in Southern California, she drew from the time
she could hold a pencil. Horses were and are her favorite.
2. She won a scholarship at the Art Center College of Design in L.A.
and she met her future husband, Jay Doolittle there.
3. In 1973, they both quit their jobs and began life aas traveling
artists painting wilderness areas from Alaska to the Grand Canyon.
4. Their son Jayson, is ten and also likes to draw. they now live
and work near a desert wildlife preserve in Joshua Tree, California.

About The World
1. There is the continued development and use of computers into all
parts of our everyday lives.
2. Awareness of our environment and things we can do to preserve it
are important issues to everyone.
3. Art and artists are found all around us and more people are
recognizing and enjoying its' importance in our lives.

About His/Her Art
1. Doolittle is a living, watercolor artist.
2. She is well-known for "camouflage" and storytelling paintings.
3. Doolittle is currently the best-selling print artist in the
United States.(69,669 prints sold of Sacred Ground alone.)
4. Her originals command more than a $100,000.
5. She has deep interest in the beliefs of Native American Indians,
the wilderness they lived in and wildlife they respected.

New Words
1. Camouflage: to blend into the surroundings.

2. Detail: small parts or items in a painting.

3. Profile: A side view.