Artist Amy Fulstone

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Amy is a 4th generation Aspenite, returned “home” to the Roaring Fork Valley after a 25 year leave as a rancher’s wife, mother of two college graduates, teacher and professional artist. Amy works predominately in oil on linen, recently branching into sculpting marble. She has a B.A. and received advanced art education from Greg Drinkwine Studio in Nevada in the style of the Art Students league of NY.

Her most famous painting is the “Jarbidge Stud”, cover piece for the 2004 Carson Valley Art Tour. Other accolades include top placing and sales in the annual “Render the Rock” competitions and the Aspen Plein Air Competition. In 2005, she had a (sold out) solo show of twelve oil paintings at Hermitage Gallery in Reno, NV.

Amy continues to independently teach “For the Love of Horses!”... drawing and painting horses from life, a popular summer class (for adults and children) through the Aspen Art Museum from 2001-2005. She recently retired from teaching art in the preschool at Crystal River Elementary School to pursue oil painting full time. Her extensive teaching resume includes: grades K-* at Antelope Elementary School, “Art for Good” - the flora and fauna of the Roaring Fork Valley through CCAH (now CA), “For the Love of Horses!” - early release Wednesdays at CRES. She is now teaching privately In her newly constructed studio.

Studio 514 is the new “home for the brushes”, located at The Confluence Lodge in Carbondale, CO.


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