The Lost City Museum presents the art of Janet Trobough in November.
Janet Trobough works in many different areas of art primarily in water colors but also alabaster, sculpture, soap stone and decorative gourds. Although Janet loves painting in Native American themes, she also enjoys landscapes, florals and contemporary subjects.
Janet moved to Nevada in 1998 after decades working in the beauty industry in the pacific -northwest. Moving to Nevada and pursuing art was a giant leap of faith and pursuit of a dream that at times seemed impossible. She had painted in oils for many years and as she began her second career in painting, she began painting on a daily basis. Max Bunnell, professor of art at Dixie State College in Southern Utah, provided Janet with her formal introduction to watercolor.
Janet is currently displaying with the Moapa Valley Art Guild, The Mesquite fine arts gallery, and gallery 873 in Kayenta. She is on the board of directors of the Virgin Valley Artists’ association and art encounters of Las Vegas represented Janet for many years and was given the opportunity to display and sell her work in Sedona, Lake Tahoe and throughout Southern Nevada.
Details11/01/2019 08:30:0011/30/2019 16:30:00America/Los_AngelesGallery exhibit by Janet Trobough in NovemberReno, NV
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