Pat Hanner Art Gallery
"Sweet Innocence"
The original charcoal drawing valued at $6,500.00, was drawn in 1979. It is located at the Pat Hanner Art Gallery. Framed and matted lithographs are valued at $650.00. They were printed on pink parchment and some on white paper. The original was also part of the "Innocence Collection" a set of greeting cards. There were 22 different cards printed. They are collector's items. This was picture was drawn from a photograph in a book by Gerald Gardener called "From The Back Of The Incubator". The photographs in the book were taken by Constance Bannister.
"Child of God"
The original charcoal drawing was commissioned by Sylvia Rosas' mother when Sylvia was only a tiny 2 year old. Her mother wanted greeting cards printed. The original is still at the private Pat Hanner Art Gallery. The lithographs were printed in the mid 1990's and are available as registered numbered autographed collector's lithographs. At the time of printing Sylvia was a senior in high school at Poly High in Riverside and her goal was to become a lawyer.
"Dignity" is a charcoal drawing done by Pat Hanner.
The painting "Indian" by Pat Hanner was done in acrylic on a masonite panel for Residence 26 at Lanterman Developmental Center. The graphics were designed by Pat Hanner and painted by members of the California Conservation Corps in 1982. When the residents of 26 moved to Residence 3, years later, the "Indian" panel went with them and is now in a Living room with an Indian motif. Graphics and large wall murals were done in "Project Redo" 1991 - 1993 at LDC, all their time donated by the artist and her crew.