ARTISTS WE WORK WITH
Who We Represent
Fine Art Oil
Darrell Thomas graduated from Utah State University with a degree in illustration. He worked for twenty years as an illustrator/graphic designer before turning to a successful career fine art.
Fine Art Oil
Received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Utah. Ken began his career as a professional painter in 1969. He initially painted scenes of Salt Lake City’s historic architecture. He then expanded to “plein aire” painting in Utah’s outdoor environments. Both highly accomplished and prolific, Ken has become one of Utah’s landscape painters. Ken Baxter currently resides in Spring City.
Plein air and studio artist
John Hughes is a plein air and studio artist with over 35 years' experience. He teaches workshops and classes through the Scottsdale Artist's School, as well as Salt Lake Community College and other venues. He has written numerous articles on painting for Fibonacci Fine Arts Digest, 15 Bytes and Outdoor Painter. He has had feature articles in national as well as international art magazines such as Plein Air Magazine, Fibonacci Fine Arts Digest, 15 Bytes and Pratique Des Arts. His galleries include Mountain Trails Gallery, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Montgomery Lee Fine Art, in Park City, Utah. John is a member of the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters, Plein Air Painters of Utah and the American Impressionist Society.
Born in Farnborough, Kent, England, Ian Ramsay was raised in British Canada. Both he and his twin brother, Andrew, came to Utah and became architects. Ian, however, preferred fine art and obtained an art degree from the University of Utah. In 1979 he gave up architecture to become a full-time watercolor painter. Mostly self-taught, he became a skillful and popular painter of seascapes, English scenes and, more recently, landscapes of urban and rural Utah. His work is exhibited in the U.S., Great Britain and Japan. Widely traveled, Ramsay’s influence has spread through his workshops, private teaching and gallery exhibits.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson
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