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"I got to play a small part in history when the painting on the bottom was used as a fundraiser for the first presidential campaign for former President Bill Clinton. "A New Covenant", a take off on "American Gothic" identified him with working class voters and copies appeared in magazines all over the U.S.. The top painting is "Lady Liberty Hillary" with her muse, Eleanor Roosevelt..."
Rhonda McCauley
"Linda Davis, the portraits with the coffee cup and with the wine glass, is finally taking time to pursue her love of art! One of her own paintings hung in the Arkansas State Treasurer's office until recently. She continues to assist young attorneys with the King Law Firm on a part time basis."
Rhonda McCauley
"The two portraits in the middle are of a lady I admire greatly for a multitude of reasons! The top one, "Carpe Diem" (Seize the Day" and "Laissez les bon temps rouler" (Let the good times roll) show her determined wisdom and her veiled humour. Linda Davis has worked assisting attorneys almost her entire life, first with Ruby Hurley in Little Rock (family law), for Laser, Sharp, Haley, Young, and Boswell, John Tenant in Frisco, TX, Eddie Schmidt in Metairie, LA, and later for Dorsey Ryan in Fort Smith, AR."
Rhonda McCauley
"Judge Thurston Thompson was the one who inspired and encouraged me to go to law school. I worked for him while in law school and saw daily a man of integrity with a marvelous sense of humor!"
Rhonda McCauley
"Thanks to Crystal Newton for allowing me to display my portrait paintings at the Bar Meeting. This was just the inspiration I needed to get me back in touch with my creative side! Especially thanks for displaying the portrait of my friend and mentor, Judge Thurston Thompson!"
Rhonda McCauley
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