(1934 - 2005)
Gayleen Aiken was active/lived in Vermont. Gayleen Aiken is known for outsider art, naive painting.
Gayleen Aiken was born on March 25, 1934 and lived most of her life in Barre, Vermont.
An only child, she began drawing at an early age and developed the many themes she would explore throughout her life, including the imaginary Raimbilli family with its 24 cousins. Beginning in her teens, Gayleen became a faithful diarist and record keeper of the people, objects and events in her life. In the early 1980's, she was introduced to Grass Roots Art & Community Effort (GRACE) and during the ensuing years, Gayleen shared her unique artistic vision with the world through GRACE's exhibition program. Her paintings and drawings included themes of personal importance, Vermont's granite industry, the large old ... Displaying 750 of 2626 characters.