The Great American Bison

The bison has always meant a lot to me. They are, in some ways, one of the recurring symbols of the American West. I use their imagery a lot in my work, and I admire other artists who do, as well. The animal’s majestic nature has always had a big

In the Studio with Audrie Mergelman

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In the Studio with Peggy Judy

Peggy Judy always knew that she wanted to be an artist. As a girl growing up in Colorado, all she would talk about was drawing and horses. She came from a long line of artists – from her grandfather who was an illustrator for the Denver Post to her father

In the Studio With Sushe Felix

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The Story of My Dogs

If you’ve been following my work for a while, you may know that I create these colorful dog and animal portraits. I grew up around animals, and I love painting them in true abstract expressionism. As I paint, the animals I’m working to capture reveal themselves to me slowly. I

Shirle Wempner

Shirle hails from Big Timber, Montana. Raised on a ranch on the outskirts of Billings,  her experience growing up there inspired her to put on canvas what she so appreciates in nature. Shirl… Source: Shirle Wempner

Britt Bair

Britt considers herself a plein air painter at heart but when she started to travel to Ohio, Indiana and Rhode Island she developed a passion for painting cows.  Britt says “I started with ph… Source: Britt Bair

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