(1919 - 2007)
Elmer Sprunger was active/lived in Montana. Elmer Sprunger is known for wildlife, landscape, commercial art.
Biography Elmer Sprunger
Elmer Sprunger grew up on the west side of the Rockies around Bigfork,
Flathead and Swan Lake. His sophomore year of high school
was in Butte, where his art teacher was Elizabeth Lochrie. Her
lessons took hold.
Sprunger married Marie in 1940, and they moved to Seattle where his art
training helped him to draw the patterns for Liberty Ships onto huge
steel plates and to learn drafting. He worked in the woods
cutting vitally needed timber and then joined the Army. After a
year in California and another in Hawaii, he returned to the Olympic
Peninsula where he worked in logging, construction, and road-building.
In 1950 he came back to his boyhood haunts near Swan Lake.
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