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Cheryl Livingston-Young has over the course of her life as an artist with years of independent study, is convince the biggest influence in her work is living in the beautiful high desert and Rocky Mountains of Utah and Colorado, where there is such an abundance of wildlife, all her works are from her own photo references, while her primary subjects our wildlife and Western, her work focuses, not so much on the particular animal or place and time but her amazing ability to capture the realistic with her wonderful methods of glazing layers of color. Cheryl spent two weeks in Dinali national park Alaska on a wildlife photo shoot. She also spent time in Jamaica for references of sea life she paints, but her real passion is the wildlife living in the great Rocky Mountains of Utah and Colorado the place she calls home she has played a large part raising our awareness in the community she lives in . Cheryl believes that art in the community has a subtle unconscious refining influence that the presents a good art will unconsciously refine a community, we are trying to keep art education in the community for our children so that they can continue flourishing in a more refined environment.