Arnett, Toni 2000-07-18

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This interview features Toni Arnett as she discusses her love for art and her paintings. In this interview, Arnett describes the teachers she had who inspired and shaped her art, then moves on to how her children and her divorce impacted her art. She explains her painting process and divulges some personal stories of traveling abroad for her art inspiration.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Toni Arnett

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Date: July 18, 2000


Interviewer: Leslie Dutton

Length: 01:27:08


Introduction and when she started getting in art; Teachers who inspired her art; How her art has helped her through tough times; her self-portrait; Fitting children into her life and art; painting after divorce; Her painting process; Stories of her gathering materials, and the next step in her process; Experimenting with her art; Upcoming projects and where her painting have been displayed

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Transcript: Transcript available in reading room

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