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ArtQuest is honored to introduce you to our artists:
Judy Griffin, Susan May, Diane Browne, Isabel Sanchez-Norwood and Fritzi Heron all have working studios at the ArtQuest location in Midland.
All-Level Art Education Degree
Forty-five years art education experience
Designed the first art classes for Kids College at Midland College. Juried area wide art shows and exhibits.
Media: Oils, acrylics, watercolor, pencil, batik, colored pencils, collage,
pen & ink, lost wax process- jewelry,
sculpture, ceramics-potter's wheel &
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BA degree, Secondary Art Certification
40 years art education experience
Experience as a commercial and studio artist
Contacted by organizations to present workshops/demonstrations and to serve as juror
Signature Member - American Plains Artists & Western Federation of Watercolor Societies
Member - Portrait Society of America, West Texas Watercolor Society, American Women Artists, Watercolor Horizons Group, Texas Wild Bunch, Midland Palette Club
Media: Watercolor, Pencil, Colored Pencil, Charcoal and Pastel.
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Fritzi Heron - Artist
BBA in business management degree from UTPB and former business owner.
Introduced to art at Midland College in 1996 and continued study with classes and workshops.
An artist full-time since 2011.
My works have been shown in juried, judged, and invitation only shows through-out the Permian Basin.
In 2007, my "Horns 'N Thorns" piece won Best of Show at the Midland Arts Association show.
I currently frame from the studio and take commission work.
Media: Pencil (Graphite, Colored, and Watercolor), Pastel, Acrylic, Watercolor
Member of Odessa Arts Association, Midland Arts Association, and Midland Palette Club
I'm a scientist by training and an artist at heart. I have a B.S. and M.S. in Geology, and spent 25 years teaching geology, chemistry, physics and astronomy to adults and children. I always loved being creative and incorporated art with science whenever I could. I didn't really start learning to paint until about 2006 when I took my first official art class.
I love nature and enjoy painting sea turtles, wolves, foxes, longhorns and many others. Once I started painting dragonflies, I found my original artistic voice. Jewelry was a unusual development that has really become a passion as well.
I am retired from teaching and am looking forward to a future full of dragonfly jewelry and art!
Media: Watercolor, Pastel, Acrylic
Member of Midland Palette Club