American Art Review month and year: March-April 98

author(s): Thomas R. Perryman

title of American Art Review article: "The Legacy of Paul W. Whitener"


recovery matrix composite score: 1


-- assigned to on 1/12/08 to Shana
-- approved by copyright holder on via
-- activity on this article deferred on until
-- article reprinted in Resource Library The Legacy of Paul W. Whitener; article by Thomas R. Perryman (12/18/08)


From: "HMA Communications"

Date: Tue Dec 16, 2008 12:43:10 PM US/Pacific

To: <info@

Cc: "'Shana Johannessen'"

Subject: Tom Perryman article

Hi Shana,

I confirmed that Tom Perryman was employed by the Museum during the time of the article and that we do own the copyright of the article. We would be happy to have it available in the Resource Library with Hickory Museum of Art listed as holding the copyright. Thank you for contacting us!


Kristina Allen

Exhibitions & Communications Manager

HickoryMuseumof Art

828-327-8576 ext. 205



Bristol Herald Courier

Sunday, March 30, 2003

Thomas R. Perryman

ABINGDON -- Mr. Thomas R. Perryman, 50, died Friday, March 28, 2003, at Forsyth

Medical Center. He was born May 31, 1952, in Augusta, Ga., to Robert Miller and

Mary Collins Perryman. Mr. Perryman was an Eagle Scout of Boy Scout Troop 716.

He graduated from Parkland High School, East Carolina University and Appalachian

State University. He was curator of exhibits/assistant director at the Hickory

Museum of Art, Hickory, N.C., and then curator of arts at the William King

Regional Arts Center in Abingdon.


Surviving are his parents, Bob and Mary Perryman of Winston-Salem; a twin

brother, Bobby Perryman and wife Teresa of Little Rock, Ark.; a sister, Linda P.

Holleman of Terrell; and special friends, John Greenwell and Steve and Linda



A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Hayworth-Miller Silas Creek

Chapel with the Rev. Patricia F. Garner officiating. The family will receive

friends from 7-9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family

requests memorials be made to the Capital Campaign Fund at Trinity Moravian

Church, 220 E. Sprague St., Winston-Salem, NC 27127.


The Hickory Museum of Art, where this Thomas Perryman worked, just opened a new gallery named for Paul Whitener, the subject of the AAR article in question: 

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