(1905 - 1990)
Lavaun B. Curtis was active/lived in Arizona. Lavaun Curtis is known for landscape painting.
Biography Lavaun Curtis
A district Entomologist with the Arizona Commission of Agriculture from
1929, Lavaun Curtis was a second generation Arizonan who did landscape
painting as an avocation. He began this activity in the early
1930s, when he was stationed as an entomologist inspector on Route 66
in northern Arizona. Later he was transferred to Tucson, where he
worked as an entomologist, and was active in the
Tucson Fine Arts Association. He was represented by Gallery 261.
Curtis, who attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, studied
watercolor painting with Gerry Peirce, and was a painting companion
with Pete Martinez, Maynard Dixon and Ray Strang.
Editor, Tucson Festival Soci
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