Sangre de Christo Sentry by Hatton exhibited at the National Wildlife Visitor Center


Robyn Hatton of Hatton Creations  hung her huge painting, Sangre de Christo Sentry, in the Hollingsworth Art Gallery at the National Wildlife Visitor Center on April 7.

The  National Wildlife Center is the largest science and environmental  education center in the Department of the Interior. This remarkable  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service facility, which hosts many individual,  family and school visits is located on the 12,841 acre Patuxent Research Refuge.

Robyn shared, “I never imagined my art could be there. I am blessed!”

CONGRATULATIONS!  Robyn.  (Thanks for letting us BRAG about it here!)

Karen Jo (Rockville, MD)


~ by mdpictureit on April 9, 2009.

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