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Connie Seabourn:    Although she won art awards as a child, Seaborn began exhibiting in adult competitions and museum shows in 1969. After receiving a BFA from the University of Oklahoma, she began a full-time, self-supporting career in fine art alone in 1980. (She also earned an M.Ed. with an emphasis in studio art from the University of Central Oklahoma.) In 2001, Seabourn began teaching at Rose State College in Midwest City, OK, and currently teaches as an adjunct faculty member at both Rose and UCO while she steadfastly continues to make and exhibit her art.

Exhibits include the Kennedy center for Performing Arts, Washington, DC; the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, OK; and The Museum of Man, San Diego, CA. Public collections include The Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC; the Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ; and the Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK.

Magazine and book covers include Rainbow Spirit Journeys: Native American Meditations and Dreams by Wolf Moondance, (Sterling Publishing, New York, NY 2000); Peaceful Warrior Nurse by Priscilla Smith-Treudeau (Wealth in Diversity, Cambridge, VT 2001); Divine Passages: Confessions of a Menopausal Woman by Judith Owens, (W.E.L.L. Publications, OKC, OK 1996); Body, Mind & Spirit magazine (Providence, RI Jan-Feb 1993).

Connie's's Email: connieseabourn@cox.net



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