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About Edna Hibel


"Most recently, Edna Hibel was honored in 2007 by the League of American Pen Women in Washingon, D.C with an exhibit and proclamation by the mayor of Washington, D.C. and featured on the Legends and Legacies program on WPBF-TV, ABC affiliate Channel 25 in Palm Beach County Florida. White House 200th... In 2000, Edna was asked to create a painting to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the White House. The painting  called "the Heart and Conscience of America" was unveiled at the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, D. C. that June. 


 For over 40 years, Edna Hibel has been referred to as America's best loved and most versatile artist, and best colorist. Since being commissioned by the Foundation of the U.S. National Archives in 1995 to commemorate 75 years of women receiving the universal right to vote, Hibel is now acclaimed  the "Heart and Conscience of America." when Ms. Lucy Baines Johnson, of the U.S. National Archives described her as such.