Pat Hanner Art Gallery
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This is a charcoal drawing. It was drawn in a period of Pat's art career where she did a lot of portraits of children. She really enjoyed capturing the expression on their faces. The original is located at the home of her secretary in Program 7 who has also retired from Lanterman.
This beautiful sunset scene was painted in it's graphic picture frame, directly on the wall. It was part of Pat's project redo in the early 1980's at Lanterman Developmental Center, Pomona, California. It was floor to ceiling and done with regular latex wall paint. Pat's crew from the California Conservation Corps and Mt. Sac Art students painted it with paint put into baby food jars and small brushes. Pat would come in at 3:00 AM and draw the graphics which were so popular in the 1980s. This graphic and the scene itself was painted by students from the Mt. San Antonio Art Department.
"Residence 26 Wall Mural"
Painted in "Project Redo". Pat used graphics as frames and to give long institutional hallways character and interest for the individuals who live there. This graphic was designed by a Mt. Sac Art Student.