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     Nationally known artist Dolores Roberson painted what she knew and loved . From a chipmunk to a red wolf, a delicate flower, or a majestic mountain scene, her work speaks for itself. Dolores lived a “semi- quiet” life surrounded by the mountains in Townsend, Tennessee, bordering the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Having “mothered” innumerable birds and animals, her paintings reflect her love of nature as well her artistic talent.
     Dolores received many awards at art shows across the country and has had several newspaper articles about her life and work. Many organizations had her design their brochures, including the Chamber of Commerce and the National Park Service. Her works have been featured on several magazine covers.
     Much of Dolores’  life was spent working for the Lord. She was an active member of the Church of God, Women's Aglow, and the Blount County Jail Ministry. Bible study groups often met in her home. Dolores passed away in February, 2000. Her art work is still with us bringing beauty to our homes, but the spiritual work she did will last eternally.

    Over 50 different prints and posters of Dolores’ work are Available.  Prints can no longer be personally signed and numbered, but are still limited to the original amount printed.



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