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A Commissioned Painting Was Sold at a Benefit Auction for The UTD Center for Brain Health Dallas, for $10,000.00

A 36" X 36" fluid acrylics on canvas painting was commissioned for a bid of $10,000.00.  The proceeds went to the UTD Center for Brain Health, Dallas, Texas.  Fall 2010.  In Private Collection.

The Longview Museum of Fine Arts, Longview, Texas

"The Southwest", and "Autumn Heart", were added in December of 2009 to the Permanent Art Collection of the Longview Museum of Fine Arts, in Longview, Texas.  Many thanks go to the Longview Museum of Fine Arts for their generous support.

The UTD Center for Brain Health, Dallas, Texas

The UTD Center for Brain Health added nine paintings in various media on canvas, to their prestigious Art Collection.  Many thanks go to Chief Director, Dr. Sandi Chapman and The UTD Center for Brain Health, Dallas, Texas.  2009.

Featured Artist, Modern Dallas
http://www.moderndallas.net/janetroyer.html

The University Art Collection At Southern Methodist University

The oil on canvas painting, "Bouquet", was added unanimously to the University Art Collection at SMU in 2007.  Many thanks to SMU and the University Art Collection Selection Committee.  Dallas, Texas.

The Hunting Art Prize Competition/Exhibition

The oil on canvas painting, "Energie Vitale", was a finalist in the 2006 Hunting Art Prize Competition/Exhibition, in Houston, Texas.

Mr. Ivan C. Karp, OK Harris Gallery, New York City

I was contacted by telephone by Mr. Ivan Karp.  It was in response to slides I had sent in for him to review.  He congratulated me, was very enthusiastic and gave me some very very very positive remarks about my art work. He explained to me how to get started in New York Galleries.  I heard of his passing some time ago.  He spent hours going over artists works and was a friend to so very many and myself.  Mr. Karp helped artist Andy Warhol, and Robert Rauschenberg and others. My many, many, many, thanks to the very kind, Mr. Ivan Karp.