Debbie Edgers Sturges

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Blue Bear DayHopeMother and Son
Blue Bear Day



Hope



Mother and Son



One ManQuiet in High MeadowSwimming the Madison
One Man's Trash is Another Man's Treasure



Quiet in High Meadow



Swimming the Madison





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Artist Biography: My work reflects my passion for the western wildlife and landscape. My paintings are inspired by summers exploring the beaches of my childhood in Washington State, my adopted home in the Idaho Rocky Mountains and most recently my winters in the desert of Southern Arizona. I live in a log cabin in the shadow of a mountain. Light, wind, snow and rain feel closer to me when I'm home in the Rockies. When I'm not in my studio painting, I'm outside hiking, observing and photographing the landscape and the animals that live in the desert rocks and mountain forests. I hope to inspire others to examine with a curious heart all that surrounds us in the natural world. Debbie has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Washington and a Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work has been shown and collected throughout the United States. Debbie's work is included in the corporate collections of "McDonald's Hamburger Corporation", Chicago, Illinois and "Alaska First Federal Credit Union", Anchorage, Alaska. "Log Home Living's 2006 Annual Buyer's Guide" included a feature article about Debbie's work and she had a painting in the department article "Start Your Collection" In the April 2006 issue of "Southwest Art". The 2005 "Arts For The Parks" selected one of Debbie's paintings for the top 200 and two of her paintings for the top 150 miniature show. She had one painting selected for the 2006 "Arts For The Parks" top 100. Debbie was accepted as a signature member of the "Society of Animal Artists" in 2006 and she had a painting accepted into the 46th annual traveling exhibit "Art and the Animal". "Wildlife Art" magazine will publish a feature article in the 2007 March/April issue.


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