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Framed The Lost ’50’s At North Area (MMullin Art).
The paintings that appear in the West Point Gallery were completed on-site at The United States Military Academy over the course of eight years, while four of the artist’s own children were cadets. (The fifth is married to a graduate of the United States Naval Academy.) The artist’s husband and father-in-law are graduates of West Point as well.
Comparatively few of cadets’ family members and friends, especially those living at great distances, ever get the chance to see West Point from the inside. Realizing this, the artist began work on a series of watercolors intended to show the striking architecture and landscape that frame daily life during the cadets’ four years at West Point. These works are the result of that effort.
The artist’s purpose was to create beautiful and affordable works of art of the United States Military Academy for cadets, graduates, their families, and friends.