WAOWing the Centennial State / Hanson, Joanne
Women Artists of the West
7/06/2013 - 7/28/2013
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

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Hanson, Joanne

Joanne Hanson SOLD

Safe in Her Arms
Oil
10" x 8"
$320.00

Joanne Hanson came to Colorado more than twenty-five years ago. She was born a Kiwi, spending the
first twelve years of her life in New Zealand until she emigrated with her family to America. Joanne
comes from an artistic family but she didn't explore her creative side until in the midst of a second career
when some free time allowed her to attend a painting workshop with her sister. She became hooked and
painting has now become her primary occupation.

An avid hiker and skier, Joanne appreciates the scenery and refers to life in Summit County, Colorado as "living
in a postcard". She enjoys interpreting her view of Colorado's high country in oil paint. She often goes back to
New Zealand and many of her paintings are of the scenery and people there.