David’s paintings and etchings develop slowly. This gradual process allows him to become very involved with the subject. Because of this intense and continual observation, he feels he is able make a sensitive and intimate statement about his subjects. He is naturally attracted to realism and approaches his work knowing that both conscious and unconscious influences will impart its direction. David carefully examines the artwork of fellow artists, both past and present, and gains a great enrichment and understanding from those reflections and studies.
Lane is a Montana native who found his love for art at a very young age. In 1993, he won the Charlie Russell National Art Scholarship. Many years later, with multiple magazine covers and countless number of gallery openings, he focuses his time on commissioned works and giving back to the community. He often donates his original oil paintings to charities and other organizations that help those in need. Despite his fame, Lane in an artist that still remains down to earth. He is a huge supporter of the military, which is shown in some of his most powerful paintings.
Valerie grew up in France to a family who cherished art. With the demands of raising two children and a career in the airline industry, she returned to school and graduated with a Bachelor of University Studies in Fine Arts and Anthropology from the University of Utah in 2013. She is best known for her vitreous glass paintings, a process in which she assembles shards of colored glass to create art. She finds her inspiration from the post-impressionist movement, which was an integral part of her culture growing up. However, her passion for oil painting influences her creativity and she also enjoys pein air, portraiture, and diverse forms of rendering.