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|Art has always been a part of Maud’s life. Born and raised in Sweden, she learned to paint in early childhood. After finishing college she continued to pursue her love of art by enrolling in Famous Artists School, Westport, Connecticut. Her home and studio is since several years located in Portland, Oregon. Maud's watercolors are found in private collections in United States as well as in Sweden. She is a member of several watercolor associations.
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| Mike Jarvis, born in 1930, is an artist whose passions for life and art are vividly seen in his colorful
canvases. His subjects include landscapes, portraits, seascapes, domestic animals and wildlife. He
favors the oil medium. His realistic style allows him to construct paintings with a moderate amount
of detail. With his art he hopes to share an experience and a mood with the viewer.
Over the years his paintings have won numerous awards and are in private collections throughout the
United States. He is a member of the Amador County Artists Association, which supports many
activaties and shows to promote fine arts. Click on image to visit his
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|I’ve enjoyed art since I was a small child. At the age of 5, I was drawing recognizable cartoon characters. For the most part, I'm a self-taught artist with no formal training.
I live in Frostburg, Maryland. My wife’s name is Beverly and we have 4 children; Craig, Nic (6-25-87 - 4-13-07), Lauren and Dustin.
I have lived in the mountains of Western Maryland nearly all of my life.
It was not until 1994 that I started to paint wildlife. I’ve been fortunate enough to have my artwork featured in the West Virginia Dept. of Natural Resources Wildlife Calendars 9 times, having won the cover 3 times. My work has been seen in “Wildlife Art Magazine”, “West Virginia Magazine” and on the cover of “Pool and Billiard Magazine”.
I’m proud of all these things. But now, I hope that other people can get some enjoyment out of viewing my art on the Internet.