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Frances Nell Storer

1917 - 2003

Frances Nell Storer, a nationally known watercolor artist, was a native of Central City, KY, where her family owned a jewelry store.
 
She first studied art with James Hu-Hilo in Hawaii in 1955 and then attended the Rex Brandt Summer School in Corona del Mar, California. She also studied in Arizona and New Mexico. She owned and operated a gallery in Central City in the 1960s, where she offered classes.
 
Storer, a juried member of the American Watercolor Society, moved to Louisville in the 1970s and became active in the local arts community.
Untitled landscape
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Works:

Falls of the Rough
Watercolor

Exhibits:

Kentucky Women Artists: 1850-2000, Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, Owensboro KY, 2001
Kentucky Expatriates, Owensboro KY 1984

Bibliography:

Kentucky Women Artists: 1850-2000 - Owensboro Museum of Art - KY - (catalog) - 2001

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