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 Geoff Parker  (1951 - )

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Lived/Active: Wyoming      Known for: western landscape-skies, genre

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Geoff Parker
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Snake River Canyon
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in Cody, Wyoming in 1951, Geoff Parker spent his early years in a rural setting, nurturing a deep love of the land. After attending California's Academy of Art in San Francisco, he returned to Wyoming and spent the next fifteen years cowboying and working for commercial fishing outfits in Alaska.

A resident of Cody, Wyoming near the east gate of Yellowstone Park, Geoff is a painter of western landscape and genre scenes as well as seascapes. He travels extensively and also enjoys cooking, gardening and teaching Taekwondo.

He prefers painting on location, creating paintings of realistic colors and atmosphere that convey a sense of the grandeur of the scenery.

An exhibition of works painted along the route taken by Lewis and Clark will be shown in St. Louis, Missouri, on the bicentennial of the expedition in 2004.

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Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, 2003

"Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale", 1996, Buffalo Bill Art Center

Peter Hassrick, "Drawn to Yellowstone"

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