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Tricia Nickerson: Incredible Creatures

Tricia Nickerson Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #51 I have been a lover of nature for as long as I can remember. When we moved to the mountain area, below Yosemite National Park with my family many years ago, I immediately felt right at home. I truly did not begin to appreciate the beauty and wonder of my surroundings until ...

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Jeff Grandy: Unfiltered

Jeff Grandy Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #45 I’ve been actively photographing the natural world for well over 35 years. So many of my favorite images over that time involve the subject of water in some form or other. From bubbling brooks and wild raging rivers, to still ponds or vernal pools, even clouds and ice. All have a universal ...

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Anita Stoll: Ethereal Landscapes

Anita Stoll Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #15 Anita is know for her ethereal pastel landscapes and florals. Her paintings are inspired by what she observes in nature. At the age of 50 Anita and her husband moved to the high desert, where she was immediately struck with the open expanse of sky and land and overcome by an urge ...

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William Neill: Essential Elements Of Nature

William Neill Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #74 William Neill, an American photographer and resident of the Yosemite National Park area since 1977, is a renowned nature and landscape photographer. Neill’s award-winning photography has been widely published in books, magazines, calendars, posters, and his limited-edition prints have been collected and exhibited in museums and galleries nationally, including the Museum of ...

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Vicki Thomas: Loving The Art Journey

Vicki Thomas Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #7 I love this journey of being an artist! How did I get so lucky? My art interest started when I was quite young. On long, cold wintery nights, I would draw and color with my mother, who also loved art. My father encouraged my art career, although with some reluctance at first. ...

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Betty Berk: Piano And Painting

Betty Berk Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #68 Betty Berk is an Expressionist painter.  She uses bold color combinations to express her inner world on the landscapes of her canvasses. Her passion of playing her piano has deeply impacted her art. She wants the viewer to experience each painting like she experiences the classical music she plays. This has developed ...

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Penny Otwell: Ala Prima Technique

Penny Otwell Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #95 Penny Otwell will host four other artists at her Mariposa Studio close to the Historic District downtown. Close to shops and restaurants, you can visit her working studio and see a painting demo each day at 1 p.m. during “the trail.” Otwell will have large to small paintings available for purchase, ink ...

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Vivian Helena Aumond-Capone: Creativity Blossoms

Vivian Helena Aumond- Capone Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #28 I love to create something new every time I walk in to my studio. Too many projects litter the tables, and sometimes the floor. I work with fabric, decorate gourds, enjoy making earrings and necklaces. I show a variety of art, which make great gifts for yourself or friends. I ...

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Linda Zupcic: Nature Is Never Silent

Linda Zupcic Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #65 There is so much constant chatter in our world, verbal and non-verbal, and we spend so much time responding to this chatter, that we have come to equate silence with loneliness, emptiness. But it is only in silence that we learn to hear ourselves, each other, and the earth we live on. ...

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Gay Abarbanell: Essential Magic

Gay Abarbanell Sierra Art Trails 2015 Catalog #71 Nature is full of magical abstracts; capturing that essential magic excites me and keeps me walking through the world, camera in hand. Line, color, and shape expand the fun as I try to find new ways to express that excitement. I particularly enjoy “abstracting” the vision. Sometimes I do it subtly, as ...

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