Born in Azusa, CA on Jan. 10, 1901. Raised on an orange ranch, after high school Loveta studied at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles while working as a watercolor artist for the A. E. Little Company. In 1925 she married Cecil Hibsch and moved to San Francisco where she worked as an artist for Shreve's. The 1930s were spent in Azusa and in 1942 she and her husband settled on a ranch in the Sacramento Valley. She continued her art studies for 12 years in Woodland with Harold Ward. Her work was shown at the Crocker Gallery in Sacramento and her solo show at the Hall of Flowers in San Francisco was the first art exhibition in that building. Her paintings won many prizes at local shows and state fairs. For 15 years she taught landscap
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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