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Jeff Driver is an award winning photographer, who has been photographing landscapes, wildlife and fine art abstracts for more than 30 years. Over the last several years, Jeff has focused his talents on capturing iconic National Parks throughout the country, including Yosemite, Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon, Zion and most recently the Moab, UT area featuring Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Jeff has also been capturing images of lost and forgotten homesteads, windmills and other recognizable West Texas landmarks. Jeff also has a thriving portrait business that includes photography for the entire family, seniors, maternity, engagement, pets and special events. For additional information, please visit our website at www.jjdriverphotography.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/JJDriverPhotography & www.facebook.com/JeffDriverPhotography
Donna was born in San Angelo TX, moved to Lubbock in 1990. She’s married with 2 beautiful step daughters that live in Waco. She’s a self-taught artist inspired by beautiful landscaping & nature. Donna tries to capture the beauty of nature from a series of photos that she takes and turns into drawings. Her photos that will be displayed are a series of photos that she took in Red River New Mexico.
Diane Worth Doty was born in Carlsbad NM in 1973 and grew up on the Llano Estacado. She completed a BFA in 1996 from Texas Tech University and a MFA from the University of Oklahoma in 2000. Diane Worth Doty has taught studio painting and drawing, design, graphic design, foundations, color theory, art appreciation, art history and general humanities courses in a wide variety of universities and colleges including Washington State, University of Idaho, Lewis Clark State College, University of Oklahoma and the University of Central Oklahoma.
In addition, she has an active national level exhibition record including a solo show at the University of Syracuse and the Center for Arts and History at Lewis Clark State College. Her paintings and drawings have been featured in several publications including a journal from the University of California Riverside. Worth Doty has also written and illustrated a children's book. Most recently her work won an award in the STEaM show at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History (a Smithsonian Institute.)
Trained in traditional painting and drawing, Worth Doty also works with non-traditional methods. Her works are narrative with interest towards the sublime, surreal and the notion of cognitive dissonance. Her primary materials include long exposure alternative process photography, egg tempera, mixed media, and water based oil paint.