Nancy Allen Lund
House and Garden
circa 1980s
Oil on canvas

Nancy Allen Lund is a successful Bountiful, Utah artist best known for floral watercolors and landscapes in oil and watercolor. She studied at the University of Utah with Edward Maryon, Harrison Groutage, Doug Snow, and Richard Van Wagoner. She has been a member of the Associated Utah Artists, the Utah Watercolor Society and the Intermountain Society of Artists. Her work has been exhibited at Brigham Young University and Southern Utah State College, as well as in galleries in Memphis, Tennessee and Carmel, California.

Ron Richmond
Degree (no. 9)
Oil on canvas

Born in Denver, Colorado, Ron Roberts Richmond is a painter and printmaker. He received BFA and MFA degrees from Brigham Young University and was part of the third wave of the Art & Belief movement with fellow artists Brian Kershisnik and Clay Wagstaff, among others. His paintings explore the relationship of opposites, such as light and darkness, living and decaying, order and chaos.

Anne Marie Oborn
Wild Roses in My Yard
Oil on canvas

Bountiful, Utah artist Anne Marie Oborn is an impressionist plein-air, still-life, and landscape painter. She studied with Sergei Bongart, Utah State University artist Adrian Van Suchtelen, and in Russia at the Moscow Academy. She graduated from Idaho State University in 1973 with a BFA. Adept in the use of oils and drawing with charcoal, she has received many awards. Oborn is a signature member of the Oil Painters of America, and has designed covers for the L.D.S Church magazine Ensign.

Mary Lou Romney
Begonia Fantasy
Oil on panel

Mary Lou Stone Romney was born in St. Anthony Idaho and raised in Salt Lake City. She earned a BFA and the University of Utah and an MFA from Utah State University. Romney’s landscape, still life and portrait subjects were exhibited widely.

Sandy Brunvand
Inaugural Code
Acrylic on panel

Sandy Brunvand, an assistant professor of art education in the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Utah, earned an MFA in 2003 from the University of Utah. She co-founded Saltgrass Printmakers, a non-profit printmaking studio and gallery in the Sugarhouse district of Salt Lake City. As well as teaching studio and art education courses, Brunvand has developed and taught a variety of professional development workshops for K-12 educators. Her artwork incorporates painting, drawing, printmaking, and mixed media.

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