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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Hankins' art donated

Posted By on Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 8:50 AM

One of Hankins paintings donated to the Child Study Center
  • Hankins' "Dancing with the Misty Moon"

Eight paintings by Jane F. Hankins, known widely for her whimsical ceramic figures, have been donated to UAMS' Child Study Center, on the campus of Arkansas Children's Hospital. The paintings have Hankins' happy fantasy touch, and the donors and the Child Study Center hope they'll set a tone to help ease their patients fears.

John and Patti Bailey (Bailey Properties) made the gift to honor Betty Everett, an assistant professor in UAMS' Department of Psychiatry, and the children of the Child Study Center.

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