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Beverly Chick

Beverly is a traditional-style artist whose love for animals and nature can be seen in her mixed media art. Experimentation led her to a technique of combining colored pencils with pastel or water-based media.

Beverly studied art in Southern California. Her interest in art started with graphite pencil, then expanded to watercolor and pastels. Both during and after high school, she studied art, focusing primarily on portraiture. In 1986 she graduated from Fullerton Community College with a degree in Art. Moving to Boise in 1991 w...

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Amy Rawson

Born in North Dakota and raised in Illinois and Iowa, artist Amy L. Rawson still talks like a midwesterner even though she's lived on the east coast since 2000. She's spent most of her life going in five different directions at once, earning a Bachelor of Music degree only to plunge into the visual arts after college. She hasn't yet decided if she's a painter, a sculptor, or a seamstress, so in the meantime she's all three at once. She currently works as a freelance artist, following wherever inspiration leads her. In her free tim...

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Patrick Yesh

Patrick Yesh, master portrait artist and Fine Arts teacher, makes his home in Sandpoint, Idaho. He teaches dynamic personal growth seminars in therapeutic and spiritual arts: the application of art to life and spiritual growth. He lectures internationally, coaches and counsels individuals advancing on their spiritual path. Those who have commissioned his portraits feel he captures the soul of the individual. Patrick creates his own art portraying the spiritual nature of life with angels and spiritual guides interwoven with human f...

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Jennifer Long (de Herrera)

Jennifer Long de Herrera is an American artist living and working in Cancun, Mexico. She divides her time between her art, graphic design work, and raising her 2 year old son.

Jennifer has loved drawing and making art in general as long as she can remember. As the daughter of artists she grew up in a environment rich in culture and with the materials for picture making always readily available. She attended North Carolina School of the Arts for her junior and senior years of high school. At Appalachian State University she conti...

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Karen Barton

My choice to become a portrait artist can be traced back to childhood. Being raised in a pastor's home, I spent a lot of time having to sit still and entertain myself while surrounded by various and interesting faces. A pencil and paper turned out to be my favorite toy and by the age of 7 I had already discovered the rewards of getting a likeness with my little profile drawing of our organist, Mrs. Frost.

I was born in Billings MT, and raised in 6 different towns in Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota. My career in the...

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