Evening American Avocets
Taking the Old Road Home
Richard K. Jolley lives in Cache Valley in northern Utah. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts from Utah State University.
Frequent subject matter include rural and wilderness landscapes, along with wildlife and western themes.
Richard works mainly in oils, but will occasionally do a pastel.
The American Impressionist landscape painters of the late 19th century are a major influence on Richard's impressionist, tonalist style.
- 2016 – Honorable Mention, Fall Salon, Logan Fine Art Gallery, Logan, Utah
- 2013 – 1st Runner up, Salon D’Automne, Logan Fine Art Gallery, Logan, Utah
- 2000 – Melvin C. Warren Award for Best Oil, Bosque Conservatory of Fine Art, Clifton, Texas
- 1998 – Conservatory Art Patrons Purchase Award, Bosque Conservatory of Fine Art, Clifton, Texas
- 1998 – Melvin C. Warren Award for Best Oil, Bosque Conservatory of Fine Art, Clifton, Texas
- 1997 – Best Pastel, Western Spirit Art Show, Old West Museum, Cheyenne, Wyoming
- 1996 – Purchase Award, Old Capitol Centennial, Art Show, Delta, Utah
- 1996 – KSL Award for Best Pastel, Utah State Fair
- 1995 – Juror’s Award, Oil Painters of America, Mountain Regional Show, Park City, Utah
- 1990 – 2nd Place Wildlife, Wyoming Centennial Western and Wildlife Art Show, West Wind Gallery, Casper, Wyoming
- 1990 - 2nd Place, Western Art Invitational, Logan, Utah
- 1987 – Juror’s Award, 63rd Annual National April Salon, Springville Art Museum, Springville, Utah
Bosque Conservatory of Art, Clifton, Texas
Birds in Art - 25th Anniversary Sketchbook
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