Robert Hanna


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Robert Hanna is a Nebraska Architect Emeritus and does sketching and watercolor workshops in the Midwest. He is a member of the artist group IMPACT and continues to sketch and paint Nebraska rural and townscapes. His beloved 1978 Dodge station wagon artmobile is still standing guard at Carhenge in Alliance, Neb.


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