Patricia Ortlieb is an artist, author, and educator, and a docent at the San Diego Museum of Art, where she has volunteered for the past ten years. She served for more than two decades as a trainer, counselor, and teacher, specializing in training skills and therapeutic behavior modification, including assertive and humanistic psychology. She is a licensed family therapist. She earned her BA in education and art history at California State University and her MA in social science at Azusa Pacific University. She also received art training at Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, UCLA, and at Pepperdine University. She has traveled extensively, including world cruises and adventures in Antarctica and has lived in Spain and Germany. Her travels also took her to Bahia, Brazil, home of the famous Navel Orange. She has done paintings of the “Giant Orange” and has donated her voluminous Tibbets documents to UC Riverside. She wants her son, grandsons, and granddaughter to know their history.