LYDIA DEROUEN - Acrylics     Oils
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                                                A native of Lake Charles and current resident of DeRidder, Lydia has 
                                                always been fond of art, even from an early age. While learning to draw, her early
                                                years were influenced by her sister and art education at Barbe High School. 

                                               “Many artistic techniques and abilities that I learned and acquired at Barbe
                                                are some I still use to this day.” 

                                                Through the years, Lydia has been commissioned for pieces and murals, 
                                                entered  competitions, and received awards for her works of art. Art has always
                                                been enjoyable for Lydia. 

                    "If any of my pieces bring joy to viewers, then my artistic goal has truly been accomplished."  

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