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Gypsy Camp


In 2009, Diana was the recipient of the National Museum of Women in the Arts Annual Bibba Pruet Scholarship, Arkansas Chapter.  She used the scholarship to help purchase a large format film camera (4 x 5) to document the Gypsy Camp for Girls near Siloam Springs. 

The Gypsy Camp was listed on the National Historic Registry in 1988.  Diana will sell 6 x 9 prints with a border that frames them to 8 x 10 inches.  Each of these photographs a handcrafted silver gelatin prints sell for $200 each.  Half of each print sale will be donated to the Gypsy Camp in order to buy materials for preserving the property.  Diana, and a growing number of volunteers will work on preserving and protecting the historic property. 

More photographs will be added to the gallery monthly.  Check back here for updates and information about upcoming fundraisers.  Please allow 2-3 weeks to receive your print.  Each order is individually printed, signed then shipped.


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