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  L.h. Barker
Queensbury, NY
United States
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April 2004

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Your Personal Biography L.H.Barker provides fine hand and digitally painted illustration, specializing in interpretive architectural and historical

paintings for architects, engineers, non-profits, marketing/advertising firms, museums and exhibit facilities and real

estate developers, is a member of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI) and has focused on individual

client service, high quality and fine craftsmanship since 1974. Award of Excellence, Architecture in Perspective 17 (AIP

17), American Society of Architectural Illustrators. On line portfolio includes a special interpretive historical

illustration section.

In 2005-2006, a suite of six illustrations, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, was completed for Historic

St. Mary's City, MD. A suite of two illustrations were done for George Washington's Boyhood home, Ferry Farm and received

extensive press coverage including National Geographic Society, The Smithsonian Institution and their monthly magazine,

nightly network news, USAtoday and the New York Times. A suite of 26 digitally painted illustrations was completed for the

St. John's Site Museum, MD 2007-2009. A total of 34 historical interpretive paintings have been completed for Historic St.

Mary's City, MD since 1997.
 


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