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artist , singer , songwriter

Pearl Lynn Ollie, American artist, singer, lyricist. Co-president Nahant PTO, Johnson School, 1991-1992; teacher 8th grade religious education, vocalist area church chorus, choir director St. Anselms, Dearborn; vocal instructor Axis Music Musicians Institute; instructor art, music and drama Hope of Detroit Academy.

Background

Ollie, Pearl Lynn was born on October 15, 1953 in Highland Park, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Sam and Estelle Theresa (Wasielewska) Ollie.

Education

Student, Society Arts and Crafts College, Detroit, 1971—1974. Student, Center for Creative Study, Detroit, 1980—1981. Student, Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn, Michigan, 1988—1989.

Career

Teacher ceramics, Detroit Head Start, Mount Zion, Michigan, 1973;logo designer, platemaker, printer and painter, Island Art Center, St. Simons Island, Georgia, 1976-1979;secretary, receptionist, High Performance Tube Inc., St. Simons Island, 1976-1979;personal legal secretary, State Senator Bill Littlefield, St. Simons Island, 1979;art coordinator, booking agent, Club Savoy Tivoli, San Francisco, 1979;teacher art, Redmond Hall, Squamakawa, Washington, 1980;artist, Hollywood Costumes, Dearborn, 1980-1990;account manager insurance, Doctor Sheryl A. Ollie, Lynn, Massachusetts, 1990;staff artist, acting, costumes, Creative Currents, Ferndale, Michigan, since 1990;art teacher, Art in Nahant, Massachusetts, 1991-1997. Make-up artist Paramount Costumes (was Hollywood Costumes), Dearborn;art teacher music St. Lukes Montessori School, Detroit. Artist Michigan Artand Design, Detroit, Dearborn Awnings, Lincoln Park, Michigan.

Instructor Aups, Provence, France, 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) Pan African Sanctuary Alliance Illustrated Coloring About Chimpanzees. Make-up artist television commercials and shows, movies, commissioned portrait artist, illustrator, guest (television program) All Star Kids, host (television Show) Focus Channel 49 Bright House, 2009-2010.

Membership

Co-president Nahant PTO, Johnson School, 1991-1992. Teacher 8th grade religious education, vocalist area church chorus, choir director St. Anselms, Dearborn. Vocal instructor Axis Music Musicians Institute.

Instructor art, music and drama Hope of Detroit Academy.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: paint, sculpting, singing, writing, piano.

Connections

Married Christopher John Keyes, November 29, 1975 (divorced November 1978). 1 child Shane Michael Fiondella.

father:
Sam Ollie

mother:
Estelle Theresa (Wasielewska) Ollie

spouse:
Christopher John Keyes

child:
Shane Michael Fiondella Ollie