Harper Henry | Arizona

Harper Henry is an award-winning artist creating vibrant, abstract-realistic paintings focused mainly on horses and historical western figures. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Illustration, she had a successful career as an Art Director…

Susanne Nyberg | Arizona

As the daughter of a professional artist, Susanne has been making art all her life. She grew up in rural Massachusetts and later moved to Washington, D.C. In Boston, she received her formal training at the Art Institute and The School of the Museum…

Sam Woolcott | Arizona

Born and raised in New England, Sam Woolcott headed west around 1970. In Montana she spent several years working on ranches and guiding fly-fishing trips. She then went on to study architecture and later lived on a small sailboat in the Greek Islands. On…

Shawn Cameron | Arizona

Shawn captures moments in the lives of those who live and work on ranches today. From a young age she absorbed life around her filled with talk of cattle, weather, the smell of horse sweat and leather, the sound of hooves before dawn, the weariness of…

Kim Obrzut | Arizona

Kim has been casting bronze for over 35 years and is one of the first Hopi women to work in bronze. Her grandfather was a Katchina carver and also one of her best educators. She originally worked in the traditional scrape and smooth method which Hopi…

Linda Budge | Arizona

"I can’t imagine doing a painting without an animal or bird of some sort. It has been a constant theme in my art, and it is foremost in my mind when I start a new painting. “I have spent countless hours in the ‘wild’ doing plein air painting,…

Naomi Brown | Arizona

Naomi Brown was born in Palm Springs California in 1975. She grew up in Twentynine Palms California. She now resides in Queen Creek Arizona with her husband and children. She has been nationally recognized in competitions. Her work is in private collections…

Dyana Hesson | Arizona

Botanical artist Dyana Hesson loves a good adventure.  She was born and raised in the gold country of Northern California. As a kid, she was always happiest exploring outdoors and rarely settled down to read a book all the way through.  She found art…

Lisa McLoughlin | Arizona

“Due to the help of an intuitive school art teacher, Mrs. Connelly, when I was 13, I discovered that I could draw. After this unearthing, the driving force behind my artistic talent was my mother. She joined my classes when shyness held me back, prodded…

Nancy Michaelson

Carefree, AZ | redropestudio.com “Most of the time you will find me either in the wilderness with my outdoor studio or painting in my home studio. Usually there will be well-used, paint-filled, colorful cotton swabs (Q-Tips) on the ground around…