1996 Program Cover

White House Easter Egg Roll 1996

1996 Artist on the Lawn

The original art in the Easter at the White House 1996 program is by Bill Bell. Nationally known for his enchanting designs on posters, greeting cards, puzzles, and several series Franklin Mint collectors plates, Bell is a native of Philadelphia. He is a self-taught artist who started painting full-time in 1982 after a successfull career as a musician and record company executive. Bell's creations of nostalgia and nonsense are playfull scenes based on memories that shaped his life. Mr. Bell is represented by Applejack Limited Editions of Manchester, Vermont.

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