I would sometimes take pictures during these interviews, and I wish I still had those pictures and copies of those columns. It represented a great cross section of Covington's best known artists as well as up and coming artists.
At the time, she was giving seminars on art history and teaching art lessons to children as well as adults, so I wrote an article about her artistic endeavors. The Covington Daily News articles gave her an opportunity to share her thoughts about public perception and appreciation of art.
Lyn Hill Taylor at work in 1973
Here is the article about her seminars. Click on the image below to make it larger.
Lyn Hill Taylor on the front porch of her Pegasus Studio
Below is an article about Lyn Hill from Louisiana Life magazine in 1986
She is now teaching art classes at St. Joseph's Abbey north of Covington.
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At one time, her art studio was next door to the writing studio of famed novelist Walker Percy, at the back of the St. Tammany Art Association building on New Hampshire St. in Covington.