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Dot painted many portraits, from early on in her life until most recently. She famously did the official portrait of her good friend Janet Reno, US Attorney General, which was unveiled at the end of the Bill Clinton Administration.

Portrait of Janet Reno, Dot, Yani

Anne Shields, Chigger . . . Anne Shields -
WASP Trainee, FAA Flight Service,
Dot's friend for life, God Mother to Dot's son . . .
Deceased 9/20/2015 - Facebook page

Betty - Dot's younger sister Sister Betty

Retired Alumni Director Randolph Macon Women's College, Muriel Zimmerman CaseyMuriel Zimmerman Casey, Retired Alumni Director Randolph Macon Women's College, commissioned by the College and displayed on campus

Mozelle Swain Mozelle Stringfield Swain --- Dot's mother . . . . a most wonderful gracious woman
. . . perhaps her finest portrait
Max and Bea KRONE

Max and Bea Krone were the founders of the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts ( ISOMATA), Idyllwild California

Portrait of Peg Dornish Peg Dornish and Dot . .
Win Wood

Win Wood, a fellow WASP and the author of WE WERE WASPs, who lived with Dot in the 1980s

Study for RMWC portrait
Portrait of Duke - circa 1943 Self Portrait - 1942

Self Portrait - 1942 while Dot was an instructor for the WASP and NAVY V program

Very Early studies

Very early studies - 1930's -- . . . . when Dot was living in Los Angeles . . . before WWII . . .

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