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Diane Fechenbach

Since childhood I have been intrigued by light and by rich, luminous shadow. Looking for opportunities to explore dramatic light and clean, saturated color, particularly on snow, trees, rocks, and water, is my passion. My paintings have been featured in magazines, in juried exhibitions across the country, have received national and international awards, and are in corporate and private collections throughout North America.

Saplings in Snow, pastel, 7 x 9. |

Sarah Phippen

Growing up surrounded by livestock and wildlife at the base of the Rocky Mountains gave me

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