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Dennis Linn's avatar Dennis Linn

Remember – Vietnam Memorial Wall Prismacolor drawing remembering and honoring all those who have served. In this drawing, Remember, I wanted to show a Memorial Day where we remember the men and women who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. Many people visit cemeteries and memorials, particularly to honor those who have fallen to place an American flag on each grave. Dennis Linn retired from the United States Air Force. He served in Desert Shield, Enduring Freedom, and provided support in many European Operations. He has a wide range of experience in academia and was a Professor of Art at the Air Force Academy. He has held positions as Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies, teaching Air Force ROTC at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, was the Director of the Journalism Department at the Defense Information School., has been the Director of Public Affairs at Ellsworth AFB, SD and at McClellan Air Force Base in Sacramento, and was the Chief of Plans and Policy for Public Affairs at Headquarters European Command in Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany. His last assignments were Inspector General at Ellsworth and Chief of Protocol at Osan, Korea. Dennis holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art and Art Education from Ohio University, and a Master of Arts and a Master of Fine Arts from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He has won many regional and national art awards dating from 1970 to present. He has been featured in American Artist’s Magazine as an American Emerging Artist and won First Place Sculpture, in Artist’s Magazine’s All Media Competition, he has placed in the abstract and animal categories in Pastel Journal’s annual competition. He has a painting published in this year’s book Art Journey Abstract Painting A Celebration Of Contemporary Art. Dennis Linn and his wife, Carolyn, are from South Dakota. They have five children, twins Michael and Marc, Eric, and twins Nicholas and Carrie. They have 13 grandchildren including identical twin girls.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 2-D
  • Depth: 1"
  • Medium: Prismacolor(colored pencil)
  • Width: 30"
  • Year created: 2017
  • Height: 24"