Sheri Greves-Neilson is active/lives in California, Colorado. Sheri GrevesNeilson is known for Western theme painting-horses, cowgirls, illustration.
Biography from Cody Fine Art Gallery
Sheri Greves-Neilson has been a professional artist for more than 20 years. Throughout those years she has won many awards for her drawings and paintings. She works in oil, watercolor and pencil. She also teaches drawing at her studio.
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Her work has appeared on the cover of Western Horseman (July, 2002), and in such magazines as Southwest Art (March 2006), Art of the West, American Artist, and Equus. Her art was included in the Colored Pencil 4 book, published by the Colored Pencil Society of America and is featured in the new publication, Western Traditions, a book on contemporary western art. V eterinarian/author David Carlton and publisher Bridgeline Press chose Sheri's work for the covers of his three books of memoirs in 2003. Since 2003 Western Horseman Magazine has used her illustrations in its yearly calendars.
Her shows include Cowgirl Up! in Wickenburg, AZ., the Cheyenne Frontier Days Art Show in Cheyenne, Wy. , the "Night of Artists" Show in San Antonio, TX. , Miniatures and More Show at the National Wildlife Art Museum in Jackson, Wy., Peppertree Ranch Western Art Show in Santa Ynez, Ca., Phippen Museum's Masters Miniature Show in Prescott, Az., and the WRCA Art Show in Amarillo, TX.
She has been a juror for the California State Fair art competition, the Western States Horse Expo, in Sacramento, Ca. and the Draft Horse Classic art show in Grass Valley, Ca.
An eternal student, Greves-Neilson is always striving to improve her work. Classes at the Scottsdale Artist's School, workshops, and critiques from artists she admires, help continue her education.
The best part of her job is gathering the material she uses to create her art. She goes to her friend's ranches for branding and other ranch activities. Her home is a small ranch in northern California, where she lives with her husband, David, her horses, miniature donkeys, cats, and dogs.
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