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by Anitra Handley-Boyt
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Shenandoah is a 4 foot by 5 foot original oil painting by Anitra Handley. This painting was inspired by my visit to the Skyline Drive after 9/11... more
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Shenandoah is a 4 foot by 5 foot original oil painting by Anitra Handley. This painting was inspired by my visit to the Skyline Drive after 9/11 when we stayed at The Rosedale Inn in Luray Virginia. I am from Virginia and I was desperate to see the area after 9/11. My very close friend drove me down from Ohio two weeks later. This painting commemorates that trip and the beauty of the historic Shenendoah mountains. The artist has a BA in Political Science with a focus on International Relations as well as a Juris Doctor from Cleveland Marshal College of Law. She is passionate about Art, Politics and Social justice Published: New York Times August 1999 Lakewood Sun Times 2015 Real Art Magazine July 2001 Art Newspaper March 2002 Exhibits: Group Exhibit Limner Gallery, Chelsea, New York August 1999 Art Show in Kent 2001 Tremont Art Fair - 2001, 2003, 2006 Tremont, Ohio Cain Park, Ohio Art Fair - 2008 Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Auxiliary Member 2001,2002 Northern Ohio Art Assoc...
Anitra Handley-Boyt started her art education as a toddler accompanying her mother to her art classes at American University and George Washington University and studio work at the Smithsonian. She was provided a stool and an easel next to her mom or a seat and clay depending on the class. Anitra worked primarily in pen and ink and pencil on paper for many years. In 1997 Anitra began painting in oils and completed her first painting, Fireflower instead of studying for The Bar Exam. In 1999 Anitra moved to New York and attended several hundred shows to educate herself on pricing and presentation. Since Anitra began her career as an artist in 1997, she has had many lucrative sales; she has been published in the New York Times...
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