Sequim artist takes award in national exhibit

  • Monday, March 24, 2014 12:39pm
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“Commuters,” a painting by Priscilla Messner-Patterson of Sequim, recently took second place in the Commercial Aviation category from Aviation Week & Space Technology at the American Society of Aviation Artists exhibit in Baltimore, Md. Messner-Patterson has just completed certification in Composite Drawing for Law Enforcement, for which she has trained over the past few years. She serves as education chairman for the American Society of Aviation Artists and was the recipient of its 2012 Distinguished Service Award. Find more information at www.PriscillaMessnerPatterson.com.

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