Born in Cheyenne, WY on July 23, 1905. Bernice Fulton began her art studies with her father Fitch Fulton. She came to California in 1914 with her father who was commissioned to work on the railroad exhibit at the PPIE. After one year in Denver, they settled in Los Angeles. Upon graduation from UCLA, she taught art locally at Belmont High School. In 1932 she married Navy officer Crutchfield Adair. After leading an itinerant life, they settled in Santa Barbara in the late 1940s. There she continued teaching in high schools and the adult education system. Mrs. Adair died there on Oct. 19, 1997. Her sculpture includes portrait busts of children and civic leaders in terra cotta and bronze. Member: Santa Barbara Sculptors Guild. In:
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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