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Dorothy Dodworth Scullin Edit Profile

artist , writer

Dorothy Dodworth Scullin, American artist, writer. Leader Girl Scouts United States, Massachusetts; volunteer tour guide Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts; Member of Puppeteers America.

Background

Scullin, Dorothy Dodworth was born on January 22, 1929 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of James Russell and Dorothy Thompson Dodworth.

Education

Bachelor, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, 1951. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School Design, Providence, 1952. Attended, Boston University Graduate School Education, 1955.

Career

Assistant children's library, Boston, 1953—1955, Robbins Library., Arlington, 1955—1957. Tutor Williams College, Williamstown, 1970. Teacher Massachusetts College Liberal Arts, N. Adams, 1975.

Writer N. Adams Transcript, Massachusetts, 1976, illustrator, 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author (book): A Dangerous Day for Mistress Doodlepunk, 1954, Mistress Doodlepunk Trades Work, 1957, Look Out, Mistress Doodlepunk, 1961. Painter (commissioned oil portraits of children). Exhibitions include oil paintings solo and group shows in United States & Canada.

Membership

Leader Girl Scouts United States, Massachusetts. Volunteer tour guide Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Member of Puppeteers America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Puppetry, boating, needleart.

Connections

Married Richard J. Scullin. Children: Laura, Charlotte, Richard III.

father:
James Russell

mother:
Dorothy Thompson Dodworth

spouse:
Richard J. Scullin

children:
Laura Scullin

Charlotte Scullin

Richard III Scullin