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Artist George and Ruth Olson


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RUTH OLSON
 
As a multi tasked person Ruth, while raising her children, has been able to express herself in her art as an interior designer and acrylic artist painter. While designing interiors for homes and business suites she also provided murals on both exterior and interiors of buildings, some of which her husband, George, designed as an  architect. The largest were 9 feet high Swiss dancing figures located in the Swiss Alpine village of Midway, UT. Her murals are found in the ski resorts of Park City and Deer Valley, Midway, Spring City and Springville, UT and Denver, Co. She designed the interiors and hand made a huge macramé located in a bank in Bozeman, MT. She also paints her favorite subjects on furniture and has carved in wood and painted custom pieces for clients.
With her acrylics, though some are multi media,  she paints her love of flowers, fish and birds and landscapes. Recent paintings are of a series of scenes from Florida and a recent trip to Italy where she and her husband spent 3 1/2 months photographing Venice, Cinque Terra, Lake Garda, Pisa, Verona and other sites. Some of her recent paintings of the Italian landscape and beautiful flowers were left in Italy with very satisfied clients.Her art is in private collections in Utah, Montana, Florida, Italy, Colorado, Oregon and California
working with her husband she now authors books and helps with the illustrations.

GEORGE OLSON
 
Artist and Architect, has been a master of his craft for the last four decades.  He was born and raised in Montana with the Bob Marshall Wilderness as his play ground and inspiration.
 
Although his career began in architecture he continually pursued his love of art.  His work in the architectural department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints enabled him and his wife Ruth to [...]

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