Officers of the Board of Directors
Gary Shreve, President
Gary is originally from Wyoming, where his interest in art started in junior high school. His first one man show was held in downtown Sheridan, Wyoming. After retiring he went back to college to pursue his love of art. He’s won several awards in juried art shows and has art in several states around the country. Phone: 520.226.6525 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lois Bravo, Vice President
Lois Bravo moved from the Seattle area and fell in love with quails and hummingbirds. She started taking pictures and soon expanded her photographic talent to landscapes and other wild life. She was encouraged to join the Art Association and show a few pictures in a judged show. She won two ribbons and sold all three of pieces she entered in the juried show. Since she had a business background, she became the bookkeeper and a member of the board. Phone: 520.803.0584. Email: email@example.com
Elizabeth (Liz) Horning, Treasurer
Ms. Horning started out living and working in the North East and began her career in art as a teacher, setting up and implementing art programs in the elementary schools of Franklin, New Hampshire. She also worked as an illustrator, as a commercial artist, as an art director of a commercial enterprise, as a designer, and as a creator of fine art. Ms. Horning’s works can be found in galleries from Vancouver to San Diego and from Honolulu to New York, as well as in many corporate and private collections. Phone: 520.803.7157. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carolyn Yeutter, Secretary
Carolyn Yeutter has an art education from Missouri State University and has spent most of her career teaching middle school. Her creative interests and art started at an early age. Over the years she has tried a myriad of media, including calligraphy, loom weaving, ceramics and watercolor. Her current focus is pen and ink drawings of local Arizona landscapes. She is also making hand-bound books. Phone: 520.242.3616. Email: email@example.com.
Sue Ziegler, Membership
My husband and I moved to Sierra Vista in 2004 after we retired. We wanted the warmer weather after years of snow and ice. I joined the Huachuca Art Association and helped with the children’s art classes. I had done some craft work but was encourage to try different mediums. One of my favorites was scratch art, but I also tried watercolor. When I discovered gourds it gave me something that I could use all my skills on. I enjoy carving, coloring, coiling and more. It allows me to express a whimsy that I find fun. Each gourd says something different to me. Phone: 520.803.0087. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Directors
Gabrielle LaFargue began her passion for lettering in 1978 when she took an adult education calligraphy course given by an accomplished calligrapher in the school district where she was teaching (North Shore Schools on Long Island in New York). In anticipation of her retirement in 2001, Gabrielle began to take calligraphy classes in 1998 through the local community college with Pat Buttice and later private lessons with Mrs. Buttice. Upon retirement Gabrielle had a lot more time to dedicate to her newly found talent. She was an active member of Island Scribes and took many workshops through Society of Scribes in New York City. The Calligraphy Society of Arizona provides a number of interesting workshops that Gabrielle takes advantage of since she and her husband moved to Sierra Vista in 2009. Phone: 520.335.6877 Email: email@example.com
Robin is a long-time Sierra Vista resident, business owner and local artist. She has been a member of Huachuca Art Association for two years now and on the board of directors for one year. She likes to be involved and also enjoys socializing with other members. One of her favorite parts of the new gallery is the great studio where the artists can work on their pieces alone or with others. Phone: 520.458.6530 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Angel Rutherford, Publicity Chair & Historian
Angel was born in Germany to a dynasty of dancers and actors and grew up behind the stages of the largest German speaking theaters and television sets. Angel came to America almost 30 years ago and lived several years in Alaska. In 1996 the Rutherford’s moved to Sierra Vista, and in 1997 Angel became a Cochise County Master Gardener and a member of the SV Area Gardeners Club. She also has a monthly column in the “Herald”, teaches classes at Cochise College. For several years she was the photographer for the Cochise Cowboy Poet and Music Gathering. She is also a member of the San Pedro River Arts Council. Phone: 520.459.4115 Email: email@example.com