Michael Gayle Booth
Michael Gayle Booth is active/lives in Oregon, Idaho. Michael Booth is known for horse, genre-figure, sculpture.
Born in eastern Idaho in 1951, he attended Boise High School, Boise State University, Utah State University
A professional painter, sculptor, and college art educator, Booth lives in Pendleton, Oregon and near Glacier National Park, Montana. He sculpts in bronze, fiberglass, ceramic, welded metal, and cement. His sculptures are from 1 foot tall to monumental 15 feet tall, in abstract and realistic styles. He paints in acrylic, oil, and watercolor, in realistic to expressionistic realism styles. Paintings range from 8" x 10" to 6' x 8' to mural sizes.
Booth is the author and publisher of 4 art books and published a series of art educational videos in watercolor, drawing, painting, and sculpture.
His work is seen throughout the country in public visitor sights and collections.
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