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  • Heide Presse at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Heide Presse Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Heide Presse combines her interests in art history and sewing and her paintings reveal many talents Painting 19th century subjects allows Heide to indulge her love for textiles and period clothing She learned to sew authentic quilts and garments as a way to maintain accuracy in her art and also participated in living history in order to have a better understanding of how the clothing should be worn Heide has always enjoyed reading journals and when she discovered those written by the folks who migrated west in the mid 1800s she was inspired to paint their experiences Moments of daily life are among Heide s favorite subjects and her use of light and rich color brings them to

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  • Elizabeth Robbins at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Elizabeth Robbins Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Elizabeth Robbins was raised in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah As a child her Grandmother s would help her identify various wild flowers at their cabin above Oakley Utah This is where her love of flowers began I still have the book where I pressed and categorized wild flowers

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=618&mother=583&page_content=Elizabeth%2DRobbins%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Roseta Santiago at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Roseta Santiago Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Roseta Santiago lives and paints every day in Santa Fe New Mexico In Asian philosophy there is a process of becoming new This intellectual sensation has been my best ally While attempting to write about myself here I find that I have walked many new paths while always being optimistic of the results On some of those paths I managed an employment agency in Washington DC designed and sold signage and exhibits started a graphics design company that led to theme restaurant advertising an advertising and promotion agency and a design build career After that I was recruited to paint life size wildlife murals for 23 Bass Pro stores in 16 states This earned me the name Paintslinger in New Mexico Today I realize that these experiences played a major role in this my final painting career I was born and raised in the Washington DC area the eldest among my five siblings My father was a chef on the aircraft carrier USS Missouri and at the Blair House for Harry Truman while serving in the US Navy for 35 years He was born in the Philippine Islands to a Spanish father and Filipino mother My mother was born and raised in Pennsylvania Her parents were Irish German and Polish having fled from Europe because of their ancestry There is such mystery surrounding our heritage This may be a clue to my curiosity about subjects and the lineage of the objects I paint I am fascinated by mystery illusion and the unknown My determination and drive came no

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  • Sharon Standridge at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Sharon Standridge Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Sharon Standridge Swas born in Denver Colorado and raised in the foot hills of the Rocky Mountains and later the plains of Nebraska That memory of living in the mountains still inspires some of her work today Sharon Standridge has become a noted painter depicting the life of the American west and nostalgic figurative scenes with great light and energy Sharon s western heritage runs deep Her grandfather father his four brothers and a sister

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=620&mother=583&page_content=Sharon%2DStandridge%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Kathryn Stats at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Kathryn Stats Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Kathryn Stats grew up wandering the Utah countryside on horseback developing a keen eye for the landscape She began her life as an artist after raising her family Stats believes her life experiences inform her work as an artist Attending school was not one her favorite activities She says I took art classes because they were not math And when it came time to go to college I didn t I got married so I wouldn t have to The need to have a creative outlet continued to stay with her however In the 1970s while living in Brazil with her family Kathryn found herself with time on her hands and bought a small painting kit Every time I used art materials it would awaken something in me so I announced to the world that I was going to be an artist Stats traveled Europe and while on a cycling trip in Russia discovered its landscape artists She compared the land in Russia to what Utah looked like a hundred years earlier After her trip to Russia Kathryn started taking her work more seriously She opened a studio and in short order received recognition for her work She has spent countless hours developing a style that reflects a direct and honest approach to art and to life I ve never

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=621&mother=583&page_content=Kathryn%2DStats%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Carol Swinney at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Carol Swinney Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Carol Swinney is a Wyoming artist that paints with a palette knife instead of a brush for many reasons I love texture and love to see a lot of paint on the canvas A painting knife gives rich colors and amazing depth like you re sculpting a painting she says Contrast composition and lighting capture my attention while on location so I paint when colors are rich and light is more dramatic Swinney prefers to paint on location at such places as Rocky Mountain National Park in CO the mountains near Tucson AZ or the Grand Teton Mountains in WY The well traveled artist has won numerous awards and honors for her work and has received 35 awards from 2005 to 2015 including 2 Best in Shows 4 People s Choice awards Best Landscape at the 2005 National Oil Painters of America Show an Award of Excellence at the 2008 OPA Western Regional Show and the 2016 Virtuosos of OPA Exhibit a 2010 Governor s Choice Award at Cowgirl Up Art from the Other Half of the West and the Superintendent s Award at the 2014 100 yr Anniversary Show for Rocky Mountain Nat l Park She has had numerous one woman shows and museum exhibitions including the National Museum of Wildlife Art the Gilcrease Museum the Briscoe Museum of Western Art the CM Russell Museum the Desert Caballeros Western Museum the Old West Museum the Booth Western Art Museum and the Clymer Museum She is in the permanent collection of The Amerind Museum in Dragoon

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=622&mother=583&page_content=Carol%2DSwinney%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Sonya Terpening at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Sonya Terpening Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Sonya Terpening participated in the Masters of the American West at the Autry Museum for ten years 1999 2008 She is a recipient of the Masters Gold medal in Watercolor She has been an invited artist to the Prix de West at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum for twenty two years Sonya was a Featured Artist at the 2006 Rendezvous at the Gilcrease Museum In 2010 and 2013 she was the Smelser Vallion Visiting Artist at the Oklahoma State University Doel Reed Center for the Arts in Taos NM She is the 2014 recipient of the National D A R Women in the Arts Recognition Award Articles about Sonya s art have been featured in Art of the West Western Art Collector Southwest Art and Persimmon Hill magazines Sonya Terpening s paintings are in the permanent collection of The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum Oklahoma City OK The Gilcrease Museum Tulsa Oklahoma State of Oklahoma Capitol Building Edmon Low Library Oklahoma State University Stillwater OK The Forbes Collection New York New York National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of

    Original URL path: http://www.hockadaymuseum.org/index.cfm?inc=page&page=623&mother=583&page_content=Sonya%2DTerpening%2Dat%2Dthe%2DHockaday%2DMuseum%2Dof%2DArt (2016-02-12)
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  • Linda Tippetts at the Hockaday Museum of Art
    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 Tippetts Timeless Legacy 2016 Artist Linda Tippetts is an award winning artist and native Montanan with a direct and personal connection to this landscape one of the last vestiges of wilderness remaining in the West One of six children she grew up working beside her father on their ranch where she formed an intuitive relationship with the land Tippett s passion for art began when she was accepted into a fine arts correspondence course While living near Choteau Montana and raising three children she successfully completed the program She learned her craft well and took on a life in art with an unrivaled blend of natural ability and the work ethic of a Montana rancher She feels plein air painting is the most honest approach to art It s pure dialogue between the artist and the subject she says The Rocky Mountain Front where I was born and raised embraces the essence of this philosophy I seek to continue this dialogue and expand its scope In her plein air study of the historic Belton Bridge Tippetts felt there was an opportunity to incorporate elements of design It s a challenge to let design be the ruling factor and still reveal reality Tippetts is a signature member of the Plein Air Painters of America and is perhaps one of the best known artists of Glacier National Park Among many awards highlighting her twenty five year career is the 1992 National Arts for the Parks Academy Grand Prize for her painting East Slope Tunnel On

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