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  • Deborah Berniklau at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Deborah Berniklau Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Deborah Berniklau hails from New Mexico the Land of Enchantment Since a childhood filled with chalk drawings on her driveway art has been the driving force of her life After noticing her special talent her parents encouraged private lessons and her life s mission soon took hold Berniklau later graduated with a BFA in illustration from the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California There she studied privately with world famous Burne Hogarth After college she worked as an illustrator doing commissions for Disney Warner Brothers NASA and several advertising agencies around the country She also studied privately with master artists Huihan Liu Carolyn Anderson Daniel Gerhartz and Jeffrey Watts Soon after she fell in love with western themes and began to paint them with passion Berniklau s style is an interpretation of a storytelling process that captures the essence of the Old West She takes great pride in her execution of accurate anatomy in her people and horses Berniklau uses her Andalusian horse cowboys and native models for accurate representations that breathe life into her paintings My subject and goal is the Heart and Soul

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=601&mother=583&page_content=Deborah%2DBerniklau%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Stephanie Campos at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Sharon Standridge Kathryn Stats Carol Swinney Sonya Terpening Linda Tippetts Echo Ukrainetz Rachel Warner Sarah Woods Double Visions Ron Echo Ukrainetz Mystery Magic Lee Silliman Members Salon Journey A Painter s Life Karen Leigh Permanent Exhibition Crown of the Continent Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Stephanie Campos Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Stephanie Campos is a Tucson Arizona native and began her love for drawing at a young age At 13 she created her first realistic portrait and found her passion in painting the expressive features of the human face Through the years she explored various media pastel oil and acrylic before settling on

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=602&mother=583&page_content=Stephanie%2DCampos%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Heide Presse Elizabeth Robbins Roseta Santiago Sharon Standridge Kathryn Stats Carol Swinney Sonya Terpening Linda Tippetts Echo Ukrainetz Rachel Warner Sarah Woods Double Visions Ron Echo Ukrainetz Mystery Magic Lee Silliman Members Salon Journey A Painter s Life Karen Leigh Permanent Exhibition Crown of the Continent Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey says I was a 17 year old art student in Paris in 1966 when I first saw Toulouse Lautrec s work big bold filling the space making a statement painting from a place of strength I don t know that I knew

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=603&mother=583&page_content=Nancy%2DDunlop%2DCawdrey%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Carole Cooke at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Carole Cooke Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Carole Cooke grew up in a rural area in Orange County California She lived for fourteen years in Laguna Beach where she was exposed to art and the plein air paintings of the California impressionists After a successful career as an Art Director in the film industry Carole turned her talents to the field of fine art in 1997 Following her own path of discovery she was fired by relentless enthusiasm and a dedication to research Not only did she study the California impressionists she delved into the works of European masters and the Early Taos New Mexico art community Cooke internalized their expertise as a means to finding her own artistic voice Carole paints on location as much as possible believing observation is the key to understanding the landscape It is in wide open spaces that she is inspired to evoke the amazing peace and tranquility she feels in nature Cooke strives to bring that essence of the outdoors into all her paintings Known for her evocative plein air landscapes Cooke relates When I paint on location in remote areas I feel a sense of unparalleled exhilaration

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=604&mother=583&page_content=Carole%2DCooke%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Sheila Cottrell at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Sheila Cottrell Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Sheila Cottrell was chosen Honorary Lifetime Artist Member by the historic Mountain Oyster Club in Tucson at its 45th annual Western Art Show A love of old west history and particularly her family s lives in Texas in the 1800 s and then early Arizona inspire most of Sheila s paintings The Wells clan arrived April 18 1900 in 7 covered wagons at the abandoned Fort Bowie in southeast Arizona They set up homesteads throughout Sulphur Springs Valley and freighted ore between mining towns ran the Wells Brothers Overland Service operated one of the Indian trading posts and quarried stone for the great old Gadsden Hotel in Douglas R G Wells became a deputy sheriff in Tombstone and had numerous run ins with horse thieves and rustlers Sheila says I enjoy painting anything to do with the west past and

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=607&mother=583&page_content=Sheila%2DCottrell%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Lisa Danielle at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Journey A Painter s Life Karen Leigh Permanent Exhibition Crown of the Continent Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Lisa Danielle Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Lisa Danielle has been crafting luminous still life paintings from her Sedona AZ studio for nearly 35 years bringing to light centuries of cultures of the Western frontier she loves Surrounded by the historic ranches Indian lands and world class museums Lisa favors object that are otherwise inaccessible to most visually preserving moments in time In earlier years Lisa s trips to the Charlie Russell show led to ramblings over much of Montana s most historic venues from Virginia

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=608&mother=583&page_content=Lisa%2DDanielle%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Joni Falk at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Heide Presse Elizabeth Robbins Roseta Santiago Sharon Standridge Kathryn Stats Carol Swinney Sonya Terpening Linda Tippetts Echo Ukrainetz Rachel Warner Sarah Woods Double Visions Ron Echo Ukrainetz Mystery Magic Lee Silliman Members Salon Journey A Painter s Life Karen Leigh Permanent Exhibition Crown of the Continent Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Joni Falk Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Joni Falk is a realist painter of still life and landscapes has lived in Phoenix Arizona since 1960 She grew up in Chicago and is a graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee Wisconsin It was the Southwest culture and history that provided the ingredients that compelled

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=606&mother=583&page_content=Joni%2DFalk%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Deborah Fellows at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    Rachel Warner Sarah Woods Double Visions Ron Echo Ukrainetz Mystery Magic Lee Silliman Members Salon Journey A Painter s Life Karen Leigh Permanent Exhibition Crown of the Continent Events Programs Overview Arts in the Park Blue Star Museums Participant Senior Tour Tea Day Crits Croissants A Saturday Morning Artists Critique A Confluence of Cultures A Jesuit Window into Western Montana Life Book Signing People Before the Park Rachel Warner Winter Art Maker Series Book Signing The Garden of Smiles Gail Hansen Winter Art Maker Series 2016 Annual Meeting Downtown Kalispell Art Walk Education Art Education at the Hockaday Tours Classes Workshops Outreach Programs Artist Opportunities Arts in the Park Artist Wilderness Connection Plein Air Glacier 2016 Members Salon Winter Exhibition Proposals Ways to Support Donate to the Hockaday Small Gift Big Impact Shop Amazon Smile Give Back Become a Member Become an Education Member Sponsorship Opportunities Legacy Society Planned Giving Become a Docent Become a Volunteer Art Room Aid Program News Publications Gift Shop A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park Gift Memberships Books Children s Books Prints Posters Misc Exhibit Catalogs About Us About the Hockaday Museum Collection Board of Directors Staff Volunteers Museum Memberships Affiliations Media Guide FAQ Copyright Policy Online Accessibility Policy Kalispell Culture The Museums of Kalispell Links Contact Us Shopping cart Units Item Price Delete Total 0 00 CHECK OUT A A A Deborah Fellows Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Deborah Fellows is a horsewoman raised on a cattle ranch in northern Idaho She received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Fine Art major following undergraduate study in Italy where her passion for sculpture came alive In the post Vietnam era Deborah won competitions to create veterans memorials i e Inland Northwest Vietnam Veterans Memorial Montana State Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Washington State

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=609&mother=583&page_content=Deborah%2DFellows%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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