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  • Lori Forest at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Lori Forest Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Lori Forest was born in Iowa Even as a young child she was compelled towards the visual arts At 7 she won an art contest through a local television station From that early start she has continued her artistic path Her family moved to Colorado when she was 15 From that moment her love for the west began A resident of Colorado for most of her life Lori s paintings illustrate her fascination for the sublime beauty and quiet power of the west The western horse and wildlife are the focus of her oil paintings Lori studied art and geology at Colorado State University but believes her greatest teacher has been that of observation and experience painting in the field An active outdoors person and horsewoman Lori paints from her own personal experience from trips into the national parks and wilderness of the western United States Backcountry explorations often bring her face to face with the wildlife in their natural habitat These personal experiences

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  • Linda Glover Gooch at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Linda Glover Gooch Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Linda Glover Gooch was born and raised in Southern California and her early artistic influences started with her parents and her grandmother who were amateur artist Painting since her early teens Linda painted the Coastal scenes of California and embraced the outdoors from earliest childhood In her late 20s she met her husband Joe and they decided to move to Santa Fe NM where she was introduced to Plein air painting Though Plein air painting is a small part of her journey it has been an invaluable teacher Now 30 years later painting the Southwest is still her passion with the majestic Canyons across the west to the tranquility and intimate quietness of the forest Typically I paint best when I know a place well she says I feel at home in the canyons and I love it in the

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  • Terry Cooke Hall at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Terry Cooke Hall Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Terry Cooke Hall grew up taking many trips throughout Texas New Mexico Arizona and California in the family station wagon Those journeys became a big part of Terry s childhood forming strong memories of the Southwest in the fifties and sixties During the mid seventies Terry s passion for art led her to numerous classes workshops and university extension courses in graphic design and illustration including studies of the works of the Golden Age illustrators a heavy influence on her current style In 1978 Terry put her training into use by illustrating for land development firms in Southern California After 15 years of the left brain world of architects and engineers Terry left her job and co founded a commercial art business in San Diego County Since 2006 Terry has focused

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  • Ann Hanson at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Ann Hanson Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Ann Hanson grew up in rural Wyoming and still enjoys the country lifestyle She enjoys a panoramic view of the Big Horn Mountains from her studio outside of Shell Wyoming Hanson paints with oils and is noted for her very realistic and highly detailed paintings She depicts her friends and neighbors doing what they do every day I love capturing the subtleties of day to day life I like to think of my paintings as a moment in time I knew from the earliest time I can remember that I wanted to be an artist I would do my work in school and then doodle in every available space on the papers I did graphic illustrations for our high school class yearbook I then attended two years as a graphic major at Northwest College in Powell Wyoming I learned a lot from my design and drawing classes but am mostly self taught as a painter Ann is in several national western art shows including Cowgirl Up At the Desert Caballeros Western Museum in Wickenburg AZ Small Works Great Wonders at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City OK Settlers West American

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  • Julie Jeppsen at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Julie Jeppsen Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Julie Jeppsen is known for her paintings combining realism with an atmosphere of wild animals and sporting dogs in landscape Julie is a self taught artist whose subject matter is a wide range of animals and western In an article from Art of the West magazine Julie stated that she hikes into the wilderness to see her subjects

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  • Krystii Melaine at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Krystii Melaine Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Krystii Melaine is a figurative and portrait artist on a journey of artistic exploration of the people and animals of the American West Classically trained in the realist tradition of the old masters Krystii captures the essence of each personality or creature and provides us with a glimpse into their lives using the richness and subtlety of oil paints on linen to tell their stories Born in the Australian town of Bairnsdale Victoria Krystii Melaine was a quiet child who carefully observed the people and wildlife encountered in her life Announcing at the age of four that she was going to be an artist Krystii won her first art competition at seven Constantly drawing and painting she was selling paintings and accepting commissions by the age of fourteen Following university studies in painting drawing and graphic design Krystii established her own fashion design company By her early twenties she had developed it into one of the largest bridal and evening wear companies in Australia Employing 50 staff and showing her designs around the world gave her great insight into human nature Through the process of designing and fitting elaborate gowns for individual clients Krystii gained an intimate understanding of the human form and the structure of clothing and this knowledge informs her portraiture and figurative paintings today A burning desire to return to painting led Krystii to five years of study in traditional tonal realism with renowned Australian artist Graham Moore Drawing on Moore s 80 years of artistic experience provided her with a strong background in portraiture figurative and still life painting A trip to the USA in 1998 rekindled her fascination with the American West and was the catalyst for her ongoing quest to develop a unique artistic interpretation within the Western Art genre Krystii s paintings capture the many individuals encountered on her travels recording moments in their contemporary lives or re creating the lives of their ancestors who shaped the history of America Horses are an integral part of this rich tapestry of Western life whether as the working partner of cowboys or an essential element of survival and culture for Native Americans The distinctive wildlife of this region is another facet of Krystii s repertoire rounding out her telling of the stories of the West Krystii also paints traditional portraits on commission Her skill in capturing an accurate likeness while expressing the personality of the sitter in a strong painterly style has led to many official and private portraits Many of her portraits are now in permanent museum collections in the USA and Australia The Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville Georgia recently purchased a set of three life sized full length portraits of Native Americans for their permanent collection The portraits depict a Blackfoot warrior a Lakota warrior and a Cheyenne

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  • Darcie Peet at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Darcie Peet Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Darcie Peet The national parks were always part of my growing up years hearing stories and browsing black white photo albums of my folks hiking in Arches Zion the Grand Canyon Rocky Mt National Park the Tetons Yellowstone Yosemite and Death Valley But Glacier was special as my Dad as an Eagle Scout spun tales of his timethere building and repairing trails and my sister took him back to hike on his 70th birthday As Dad would say a chip off the old block I too grew up involved in all sorts of outdoor activities and today for my painting seek the quintessential elements of those wild places Hailing from Oak Park Illinois raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania a love of horses and the west took Peet to Colorado as a child and again in the early 60 s For over thirty years Peet has called the Colorado Rockies Copper Mountain and Tucson s Sonora Desert home different times of the year Throughout primary and secondary school Peet was involved in advanced art classes and weekend high school drawing classes at Pittsburgh s Carnegie Institute of Technology With a B A in Art and M A in Interior Design Peet has taught art and pursued a multi faceted career in graphic design advertising and commercial interior design prior to the introduction of C A D Computer Aided Design when project design development and presentation boards were done by hand The intense study of architecture color form line composition scale spatial relationships and speed drawing left an indelible mark on her painting Over twenty design awards have been achieved including an Award of Excellence from the U S Industrial Film Festival for co production of a documentary film and she has served as a Project Design Team Member at the Children s Museum Denver Colorado Many years of volunteer creative and design work have been devoted to various Chambers of Commerce and health care facilities Since childhood my two great passions have always been painting and outdoor adventure especially throughout the American West from Alaska to the desert Southwest So much of the exhilaration in painting is in the initial quest the journey the adventure in finding those off the beaten path settingsand hidden jewels Having been a plein air painter for many years I now travel

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  • Stacey Peterson at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Stacey Peterson Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Stacey Peterson was born in 1978 and raised in Littleton Colorado Growing up at the foot of the Rocky Mountains Stacey developed a love for the outdoors that influences her artwork today While Peterson s professional background is in the field of environmental engineering she has always been interested in drawing and painting She took up oil painting after graduating from college concentrating on portraiture at first and then turning her focus to the landscape An avid backpacker hiker and mountain biker Peterson draws upon her time outdoors to provide the inspiration for her oil paintings She often works on location and uses her plein air studies as reference for studio works that typically depict locations in the wilderness areas of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West Stacey is an award winning painter

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