Lois Ann Barnett (b. 1955 d. 2007, Richmond CA) made incredible drawings evoking a sense of landscape. Her drawings reflect an uncanny ability to use a myriad of stock marker and pencil colors to make a cohesive and subtle unified work. Her colors meld together and fight for independence. Lois Ann Barnett made the majority of her work at the NIAD Art Center in Richmond, California, a place for artists with physical and developmental disabilities to make art every day. Barnett was legally blind and made most of her work with her face just inches from the paper.