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Dorothy Adams Talbott, American Artist. Named 1st for painting National Society for Painters in Casein and Acrylic, New York City, 1982. leader Girls Scouts United States, Englewood, 1964-1966; artist Wellshire Presbyterian Church, Denver, 1954-1993; director Genesee Foundation, Golden, 1985-1986; volunteer Women's Bean Project, Denver, 1991-1994, Republican Party, Englewood, 1960-1978. Member North Coast Collage Society (signature member).

Background

Talbott, Dorothy Adams was born on November 23, 1928 in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Merrill Cooper and Vanche Elizabeth (Shesler) Adams.

Education

Bachelor, University Colorado, 1950.

Career

Private practice artist, Englewood, Golden, Colorado, since 1957. Workshop teacher, Englewood, Golden, since 1970, Upper Edge Gallery, Aspen, 1991, 93, Dillman's Creative Arts Foundation, Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin, 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Artist over 700 paintings.

Membership

Leader Girls Scouts United States, Englewood, 1964-1966. Artist Wellshire Presbyterian Church, Denver, 1954-1993. Director Genesee Foundation, Golden, 1985-1986.

Volunteer Women's Bean Project, Denver, 1991-1994, Republican Party, Englewood, 1960-1978. Member North Coast Collage Society (signature member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, photography, hiking, reading, traveling.

Connections

Married John Leroy Talbott, October 14, 1950. Children: Carol Jane Turpin, Elizabeth Hunt Melzer, Martha Adams Barta.

father:
Merrill Cooper Adams

mother:
Vanche Elizabeth (Shesler) Adams

spouse:
John Leroy Talbott

children:
Carol Jane Turpin Talbott

Elizabeth Hunt Melzer Talbott

Martha Adams Barta Talbott