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Marcia Phillips (Swain)
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Larry Porter
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Marriage & Family Therapist http://www.lifegatechristiancounseling.com Married 5
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Dane Poulton
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Dianne Powell (Wickstrom)
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Dick Puter
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Richard Quirolo
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Karen Rechnitzer (Pope)
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art historian artinsight.info Married 1
My family moved around the western US during my childhood.  Landing in Colorado in high school was lucky for me; becoming a CC student was entirely a result of securing a Boettcher scholarship.  A “random” elective art history survey course enticed me to explore further, and two crucial events turned art history from a major into a lifetime pursuit: a history prof suggested I think about graduate school; and a roommate proposed that we go to Europe together.  I’ll be forever grateful for models of good teaching, and to my friend for the tremendous world we discovered together in five months of travel. A few months later, I headed to Ohio State and back into studenthood.  When I met a handsome Texan, I moved to Austin, with my dissertation underway; I’ve been here ever since. We married in 1976 and Alex helped me to the elusive PhD finish line.  
 
Community fine arts programming at the University of Texas kept me busy until 1998, when I settled into a faculty position at Baylor University. I haven’t made much of a contribution as a scholar but did realize the dream of turning my decades-old dissertation project into an exhibition, “Gauguin and Laval in Martinique” at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2018.  17 years’ commuting from Austin to Waco wore thin, and I realized that another chapter in my life in art history was waiting for me at home.  Since 1995 I’ve run a one-person business, Art inSight, to offer lecture series, museum daytrips, and US and Europe study tours (www.artinsight.info).  These adventures in art history succeeded and it’s been my good fortune to share art history and beautiful travel experiences with appreciative audiences of interesting, curious adults.  Conducting online programs during the Covid pandemic has been a lifeline, keeping my mind engaged and my spirits up, connecting with several hundred art history friends at regular intervals.  My volunteer time, inspired by a love of great architecture, is dedicated to the preservation and operation of the Neill-Cochran House Museum (1856) in Austin. 

Son Sandy was born in 1982. He discovered History and Philosophy at CC and married a CC classmate; Kat is a a forensic anthropologist.  Sandy completed a PhD at Columbia and is doing impressive work at Salisbury University in Maryland.  Two super-fit, book-loving, outgoing kids have put me firmly in the population of boasting grandparents.
 
My very best wishes to Arapahoe classmates and faculty,
August 2022
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