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Featuring the Work of Travis Humphreys

   About Travis


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About Travis Humphreys

Travis was born 1965 in Blackfoot, Idaho. He is married to Kathryn and they have 6 children, they reside 9 miles west of Cedar City, Utah. Travis has been involved in art since age 13, with his first formal lesson from his Uncle, Jeffrey Craven. He won many awards through high school and started selling artwork then. His first gallery invite came in 1988 after winning awards in watercolor at the George Phippen Memorial art show in Prescott, AZ. He has won scholarships and talent awards to major universities but decided to attend B.Y.U in Provo, Utah. He graduated in 1993 with a BFA in illustration. Travis considers the greatest award that of selling artwork. Travis works in every common medium but prefers oil and acrylic and works in every scale from miniature to monumental. The landscape is his dominant subject matter. He also paints murals and does very unique art projects for interior designers and decorators. A constant experimentor; "The funnest part of painting is the process" Oh yes, he is also an accomplished frame maker!

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Available Artwork


We strongly believe in the importance of preserving Dixon's historical property, and the need for sharing it with other artists. We want to ensure that future generations will understand and benefit from everything we do at the Dixon property, which is why we continue to produce the Maynard Dixon Country event, host artist retreats, mount major shows for local artists, and host art workshops.

 All of the art listed can be purchased immediately by clicking on the artist's name which will take you to the available art. When you fill out the "Intent to Purchase" form you will be the guaranteed buyer. The foundation staff will contact you to arrange for payment

 


 

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