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Book - Stories of West Africa

Author: Hollis Chatelain

Hollis Chatelain has inspired people around the globe with her award-winning art. Influenced by the 12 years she lived in West Africa working with humanitarian organizations, her work reflects her dedication to social and environmental issues. She first went to Togo, West Africa, with the Peace Corps in 1980. Hollis’s dye-painted scenes of multicultural life convey the stories of women, children, and the environment. She has been working as a professional artist for more than 40 years and her art can be found in public and private collections throughout the world.

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