Olive Ayhens and Scott Zupanc

To read about Olive Ayhens and Scott Zupanc, see the October 2007 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here are some pieces that didn’t appear in the issue.

Olive Ayhens

Skyscrapers in Yellowstone (oil, 62×48)

Zone (oil, 38×50)

Bristlecones on the Balcony (oil, 75×51)

The Streams Return (oil, 48×60)

Rapid Commute (oil, 62×51)

Scott Zupanc

Tethered (watercolor, 20 3/4×28 5/8)

Birch (watercolor, 23×21?)

Overbee (watercolor, 12×26?)

Buttermilk Trail (watercolor, 19?x30)

Muse (watercolor, 25×26?)

A transplant from California to New York City, Olive Ayhens received her bachelor and master of fine art degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute. Winner of a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2006, she’s had numerous residencies, including ones in Salzburg Kunstlerhaus, Austria (2003), and Fundacion Valparaiso, Spain (2005). Her work resides in institutional and private collections throughout North America and France.

Having earned a master of arts and a master of fine arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Scott Zupanc lives in a house he renovated in Baraboo, Wisconsin, and also in a cabin he built in Michigan. Zupanc would like to thank the Nature Conservancy. To see more of his work, visit www.guild.com and type “Zupanc” in the search box.

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