Echo P Ukrainetz
Echo P. Ukrainetz is active/lives in Montana. Echo Ukrainetz is known for batik western art, cowboys and Indians.
Echo Ukrainetz is a native Montanan and has been interested in art for as long as she can remember. Her favorite classes throughout school involved drawing and design. She has never taken a class in batik and has learned through trial and error. That method of instruction has yielded many happy accidents as well as a few disasters.
Over the years she has learned how to manipulate the wax and dye to create desired effects, however, it is very unpredictable. Upon ironing out the wax, she is often surprised.
Her batiks include a variety of subject matter.
Her work has been accepted into numerous fine art auctions including: The C M Russell Auction, The Yellowstone Art Museum Auction, The Hockaday Museum Auction, The Holter Museum Auction, and the Paris Gibson Square Museum Auction.
She has shown her work at the C M Russell Art Auction and Show in Great Falls, Montana; The Western Masters Art Show and Auction in Great Falls, Montana; The Out West Art Show, Great Falls, Montana; and Icons of the West, Dana Gallery, Missoula Montana.
Echo is a member of American Women Artists.
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