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(1908-1971)
A native of Wyoming, Cames studied at the Broadmoor Academy in the 1930s
(1874-1945)
A founding member of the Woodstock Artists Association and instructed at the Broadmoor Academy
 
(1882-1964)
Attended the Art Students League in NY (1898-1899) and began her career designing textiles
(1879-1934)
Cassidy was a successful commercial artist in Denver before studying in New York eventually settling
 
(1849-1892)
A student of George Inness, Chain was the first woman to paint the Mount of the Holy Cross on site
(1898-1979)
An accomplished lithographer who worked in Mexico, California, New York and Hawaii
 
(1917-1995)
Studied at the Broadmoor Academy (Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center later settling in Woodstock, NY
(b. 1942)
Residing in Colorado, Chmiel has traveled extensively and paints on location in the Western US
 
(1875-1969)
A Participant in the NY Armory Show in 1913, Cimiotti worked primarily in New York and California
 
(1883-1980)
Taught at the Art Students League, NY and served as President of the National Academy of Design
(1892-1979)
Settled in Boulder, CO following studies at Kansas State University and Columbia
 
(1901-1980)
Studied at the Art Students League, NY and was elected membership to the National Academy
(1866-1936)
Founding member and the first prsident of the Taos Society of Artists
 
(19th century)
A portrait and landscape painter working in Colorado during the 1870s and 1880s
(1846-1931)
In 1881, Craig moved to Colorado Springs where he settled for the next 50 years