Dorothy Bowman (1927- ) was born in Hollywood, California. She started her career in screen prints in the early 1950s while at Chouinard Art Institute where she met her husband to be, fellow artist Howard Bradford. They lived for many years on the Big Sur and became a part of that thriving art scene in the late 1950s and ’60s. Ms. Bowman’s artworks are held by several museum collections, including the Library of Congress and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. She was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2000 but continues to paint each day.
Accession Number: PC.108
Artist: Dorothy Bowman
serigraph, ed. 25, 11 x 16 inches