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Lonnie Stewart, Artist/Sculptor

Lonnie Stewart

Artist / Sculptor

Episode #405


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An interview with Lonnie Stewart, a Peoria-based artist and sculptor whose commissions have taken him throughout the world.

Original Air Date(s): 4/29/2009

Biographical Information

Lonnie Eugene Stewart, Artist / Sculptor

Lonnie Stewart, internationally recognized artist and sculptor, has created portraits of such luminaries as Mother Teresa; Diana, Princess of Wales; Pope John Paul II and the Maharana of Udaipur, India. In addition, he has sculpted powerful, life-like busts of subjects ranging from former President and Eureka College alum, Ronald Reagan, to the future Saint, Mother Teresa. Lonnie was born in Galesburg, Illinois; his family soon moved to DeLong, Illinois, population 56. He practices his profession from studios located in Peoria, Illinois and Charleston, South Carolina.

[Biographical information as provided by Mr. Sutkowski]

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