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Almira Hill Grammer
‚ÄčColor is my driving force and I never know where it will take me during the painting process.

I have been creating art for most of my life. Early in my career I primarily worked in pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, oil and Prismacolor. I began to seriously explore acrylics about five years ago when I attended a workshop in Santa Fe, NM. Now, it is my media of choice. My work has been accepted in many juried shows and recognized for its merit by winning numerous awards. In 2013, I was invited to show my work in the Governor's Gallery at the state capitol.

As far as my style is concerned, I tend to edit out many of the details. I consider my structural paintings to be portraits in which I try to capture the mystery as well as the integrity and presence of my subject, And of course, there is always the unexpected use of color. My subjects are "fading Americana," quirky buildings, unique landscapes, etc. that I come across as I drive the backroads.

I'm currently represented by Firehouse Art Center, Norman, OK and JRB at the Elms, Oklahoma City. I love to make art and I hope my art brings as much pleasure to you as it does to me.