Edie Osmanski painted this portrait of a woman only identified as “Angela” in 1994. Before Osmanski died, a few months later, she gave her paintings to her children. Her son, Richard, is now seeking information on “Angela” so that he can give her, or the woman’s family, the painting.
Edie Osmanski painted this portrait of a woman only identified as “Angela” in 1994. Before Osmanski died, a few months later, she gave her paintings to her children. Her son, Richard, is now seeking information on “Angela” so that he can give her, or the woman’s family, the painting. Submitted
Edie Osmanski painted this portrait of a woman only identified as “Angela” in 1994. Before Osmanski died, a few months later, she gave her paintings to her children. Her son, Richard, is now seeking information on “Angela” so that he can give her, or the woman’s family, the painting. Submitted

His mother painted this in 1994; now he needs your help to find out who ‘Angela’ is

December 08, 2016 5:40 AM

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Columnist and senior editor Liz Farrell has lived in the Lowcountry for 12 years, but grew up in Brookline, Mass., just outside of Boston. She graduated with a degree in political science from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania, and enjoys the beach, reading and people with contagious laughs. She pronounces all her R's.