Original vintage etching by Betty McDonald. Artist signed lower right corner. Titled A.P. Fly Western. This whimsical print depicts white geese with the Western Airlines logo in the left top corner of the etching. Nicely framed in black metal frame under glass. Measures 12.5 inches x 12.5 inches. Artwork is in excellent condition as is the frame. It is wired on the back and ready for hanging. The informational tag on the back identifies this piece as an original art piece by the artist.
Biography Betty McDonald: La Canada artist exhibited in third annual invitational art exhibited at Descanso Gardens, LAT, June 4, 1972, page SG 7; exhibited at Peach Tree Gallery/Studio, Morro Bay, LAT, May 5, 1984, page P 17; member of Central Coast Printmaker’s Society, LAT, November 24, 1985, page O 11; past president of Santa Paula Society of the Arts, tours reporter around Society’s new gallery in a railroad train car, LAT, June 7, 1990, page VCJ 16. Betty studied with Bruce Piner, Bob Reynolds and Arne Nybak. Her work was shown in galleries in Oregon and California.
Note: Western Airlines is a now defunct California-based airline that operated between 1925 and 1987.
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