Marvel Loftus

Marvel LoftusI became interested in painting and carving when I retired in 1988. We lived in Florida at Carefree Country Club. Two retired art teachers lived in the park and held art classes; one taught knife painting the other with brushes, and both worked in oil. I quickly joined both classes. After several years I became close friends with one of the teachers and we painted together at each others houses. This is where and how I learned my art. When my Grandchildren started to get married, I would paint a picture for their wedding gift. I also begun to wood carving. Our park had a wonderful wood carver. I did a lot of small birds that I gave away as gifts. I have now moved to Oregon in 2011 and started to paint in acrylics and bigger birds. I am an avid birder and canoeist. Love the challenge of the outdoors and canoed many rivers and lakes. Media: Oils[/vc_column_text][vc_masonry_media_grid element_width="3" grid_id="vc_gid:1516391152199-51b0bfd5-f401-7" include="2547,2548,2549,2550,2551,2552"]

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During the Downtown Springfield 2nd Friday Art Walk - OPEN til 7:00PM

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