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 Olline M. McDonald  (1920 - 2005)

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Lived/Active: California/Oklahoma      Known for: Southern California desert landscape painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Olline M. McDonald was born in Oklahoma on August 16, 1920.  McDonald arrived in southern California in 1942 and settled in Calimesa.  She studied with Joyce Clark, Vernon Kerr, Leslie B. DeMille, and in Italy at the Positano Art School. 

During the 1960s and 1970s, she was active with the Desert Art Center in Palm Springs and served as president of the Buena Art Guild.  She had a studio in Bard (Imperial County) where she painted desert landscapes.  She died in Cartwright, Oklahoma on April 11, 2005. 
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Biography from ArtSanDiego:
Olline M. McDonald was born in Oklahoma.  She moved to California in 1942, and settled in Calimesa.  In 1975 she was residing in La Palma, California.  

She served as a President of the Buena Art Guild in 1974.  For several years she was an artist member of the Desert Art Center in Palm Springs, California.  Her studio was in Bard, California.  McDonald is well known for her Southern California desert landscapes.

McDonald studied with many renowned art teachers in the interest of expanding her capabilities as an artist.  She studied with Joyce Clark, Vernon Kerr, Leslie B. De Mille, and Eugene Charlton at the Positano Art School in Positano, Italy.  Her works are in many US, and international art collections.

Desert Art Center, Palm Springs, California

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