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Painter Betty LaDuke


Betty LaDuke’s large, colorful paintings are inspired by her world travels. She has especially sought out scenes from the Third World. She hardly ever sells a painting, preferring to loan her work to museums around the country to spread the word about the lives of people she encountered.

First Broadcast: 2006
Producer: KC Cowan

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Read more about the charity organization Betty works and travels with.

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Painter Betty LaDuke; Bagpipe Maker Murray Huggins; Lynda Lanker's Cowgirl Paintings

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #805
Original Broadcast: October 19, 2006