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 Gay Faulkenberry  (1952 - )

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Lived/Active: New Mexico/Oklahoma      Known for: still-life, florals, interiors, landscapes

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A painter of still lifes, florals, landscapes and interiors, Gay Faulkenberry does much of her painting en plein air, which requires her to travel to locations where the air is clear and light and "is almost a tangible part of the scenery." She was born in Stillwater, Oklahoma but through childhood travels, had early exposure to Taos, New Mexico near where her grandparents owned a lodge. There the special light left a strong impression on her, but it was the presence of human beings in landscape, indicated by the structures where they lived and worked that inspired her the most.

In 1994, Faulkenberry and her husband and son moved to Taos for several years and then returned to Oklahoma near her family and settled in Duncan. She has also done much painting in Europe.

Source:
"Plein Air Magazine", November 2004, p. 62;
Southwest Art, February 2005

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