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You might say that Las Cruces artist Debra Vance came to watercolors by way of a dentist’s chair and a cattle ranch. A native of Strongsville, Ohio, Vance moved to Colorado in 1986 and began a career as a dental hygienist that would last for 30 years. She met her husband, Dene, when the two were involved in co-ed softball in 1993. Together, they owned a 168-acre cattle ranch for 18 years.
By Mike Cook | 1/10/20
“One of my earliest recollections (probably age 4) of painting was when my parents gave me a little pail of water and a paintbrush and asked me to paint the garage,” Las Cruces artist Marie Siegrist said during an August interview.
By Mike Cook | 8/30/19