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Margery Gold

Paintings By Margery Godfrey Austin Gold (1923 – 2018), Salt Lake City, Utah
 
Graduated Phi Kappa Phi from BYU and was duly initiated into Alpha-Lambda Delta. Completed graduate work at the University of Utah and Henager Business College.
Volunteered for the American Red Cross, the Bridge Program, & the Mount Olympus Senior Center. She was also a member of the Bennion Lions Club & the Sandy Arts Guild.
Margery was a prolific artist painting in oils, watercolors and acrylics as well as creating one of a kind porcelain dolls. She participated in the ‘Art and Soup’ fundraiser to benefit CNS (Community Nursing Services) Est. 1928. Presented at the Salt Palace Convention Center. All artist’s proceeds go to support the delivery of charitable home health, hospice and immunization services to people throughout Utah. She also premiered on many occasions at the Sandy Visual Art Show hosted by the Sandy Arts Guild to benefit the Children’s Service Society.

Red & Pink Roses

Urn & Fruit

Portrait of a European Woman

Butterfly on a Pink Rose Bouquet

Peonies & Daisies

Bouquet of Roses, Peonies & Wild Geraniums

Rosa & Roscoe

A Country Home

Cache Valley Farm

Eagle Harbor Lighthouse

Uinta Barn

Beneath the Wasatch

Storm Warning

Barrie K. Ernst

Barrie K. Ernst has participated in, and continues to contribute to the St Luke’s Rehabilitation Annual Creative Healing exhibition. The exhibition features work by former patients of the hospital who have experienced healing of the mind and body through art and the creative process to help heal from health challenges.

Cat

House

Dawn Burke

Dawn Burke is a member of BOSCO and the Treasure Valley Artists Alliance and has taken part in many juried shows in the Northwest. She has also taught a mixed media collage workshops at The Art of the Matter Studio in Boise. She is also an avid animal welfare activist. She is the founder of The Rat Retreat, Inc, a nonprofit organization based in Boise, Idaho.

You can see her work at:
dawnboswellburke.pixels.com
www.etsy.com/in-en/shop/FancyRatsFineArt

The Rat Fairy #6

Brown House #4

Lorraine Rehn


Several years ago in my home town of Minneapolis I took my first oil painting class and I fell in love with painting. When I moved to Boise in 1970, I began taking watercolor classes and I found them to be just as much fun as oils.


I now currently belong to the Idaho Watercolor Society and the Centennial Art Group. Through these groups I have had the opportunity to participate in shows such as The Art & Roses Show held every June in Boise, and Idaho Watercolor Society shows that are held in Boise, McCall, and Flathead Lake, Montana. I have also been a member of several Cooperative Galleries throughout the Treasure Valley.


Working with watercolors I find is sometimes challenging, but all of the time fun. In 2018 I started working in collage, as a new medium that also presents a new test, but has also been so much fun.

Albertson Park

Color #1

Down the Road

North Idaho River

Payette River

Silver City #1

Somewhere Over There

Photo of Silver City, Idaho #1

Photo of Silver City, Idaho #2

group #1

group #2

group #3

Tarey Potter

Boise, Idaho I am an artist that works in a variety of media and continually challenges myself creatively for a deeper understanding of all forms of art and its creative processes. I am fond of most art that is thought provoking, conceptually challenging, and strange. Drawing has always been my personal foundation in art. I have had the opportunity to participate in Mystery House Comic’s 6×6 Anthology project for the past three years, and feel that my drawings have evolved during that time, combining a new graphic novel style with my more traditional work. This has prompted me to draw portraits, starting with friends and family as gifts, then moving onto musicians, thespians, and other artists that inform and inspire my work. A successful portrait contains a very real part of the subject being revealed. There is a stillness that I try to connect with in each subject, no masks, just the raw beauty that represents who the person truly is. I hope that my art will confront the viewer’s own perception and incite the viewer to make new personal associations.

Apiaceae Fungi

Desert Tricot Liydia

Broken Fish

Petrified Wood

Spokane Pig

Bacteria Mat

Water Wheel

Alfred Hitchcock

Leonard Nimoy

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