Lockwood lived and maintained a studio in Oakland, CA during World War II. She
painted landscapes, still lifes, portraits and seascapes. She was a member of
the Society of Western Artists and of the Oakland Art Association.” per
BodegaBayHeritageGallery.com; is she the Isabel Lockwood who corresponded with
Olive Percival in Pasadena during WWII? per Olive Percival papers at UCLA
Special Collections?; won firs
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