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 Terry Mimnaugh  (1955 - )

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Lived/Active: Montana      Known for: figure, genre, landscape, heroic bronze

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Residing in Montana, Terry Mimnaugh is known for her oils, watercolors, pastels, and heroic bronzes.  Because of herskill at capturing the true essence of children in their element, she's highly sought after for commissioned work of children and religious icons. 

Ms. Mimnaugh participates annually in the Charles Russell Auction in Great Falls and she's won multiple awards including the Richard Schmid merit award, the NWR Award, and a Montana Institute of the Arts Award.

"I try to draw something everyday, even if I don't get to paint or sculpt that day.  If you can train your eye to draw well, you can do anything, and then it is just a matter of mastering the medium. Good drawing refers to being true to the character and attitude of what you see, not that you 'stay in the lines' and have a photographic edge replicating the subject.  I maintain that figure drawing trains the eye faster than any other exercise and that it is the most essential of all artistic skills.  So... DRAW."

Sources include:
Coeur D'Alene Galleries
Darika Barnes

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