Veryl Goodnight | Colorado

Veryl’s career began as a wildlife painter in the early 1970’s. Sculpture was initially a means to educate herself about anatomy. The three-dimensional challenge ended up dominating her work throughout the late 1990’s while living in Santa…

Sarah Phippen | Colorado

Colorado artist Sarah Phippen portrays the West with an understanding that comes from a deep love of the land, people and animals of the region in which she was born and raised. “There is a rich heritage in our relationships with the landscape,…

Dolores Purdy | New Mexico

A member of the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma, Dolores’s images can be humorous or serious. They are immersed in Native American heritage, iconography, and Pop culture.   For over two decades, Dolores has employed the traditional Ledger Art form from a…

Diana Reuter-Twining | Virginia

“My sculpture is informed by my architectural education. “Like architecture, sculpture has a field of energy that expands from its core, and like architecture, it is experienced in four dimensions, time being the fourth.  Architects and sculptors…