Martha learned to sew by making clothes for her dolls with the neighbor girls. Their mothers sewed so it was a natural thing to do on the plains of South Eastern Montana. She has quilted and learned she was apt at creating her own designs.
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Julie grew up in Rapid City, SD and went on to attend the University of South Dakota. She has always loved art but discovered an entirely new world in college when she had the chance to study art history and be surrounded by classmates and teachers who were an inspiration to her work.
The subjects of Bob’s work reminds people that there still is a remote free west. It gives a sense of relief that we are not a completely modern country, just yet.
For over 40 years, Jim has enjoyed the nature of Wyoming. Born and raised in the country of the Teton Mountains, Devil Tower, and the great high plains, he has never been in want of something to photograph.
Jim Green creates his bronze sculptures with birds as the primary subject. Along with a message of conservation he shows to his audience the strength in delicacy, the grace, the fierceness and humor, the wonderful possibility of flight and the joy of life captured in one fleeting moment in time. Balance, proportion, and subtle movement are key elements in his sculpture used to provoke an emotional response that suggest a story as individual as the person who sees it.
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