Paula Van Huss
Paula became an artist in the 1960's. After painting in watercolors for 30 years she found her love of Acrylics. Her subject matter, the American Southwest, reflects a deep connection and understanding of the life of the North American Native Peoples. Her collage work also depicts the Americana of the first half of the 20th century. Paula created her art in her studio in Blairsville, GA, surrounded by the mountains, her beloved pets and, most importantly, the love of her life, Terry Van Huss.
Largely self taught, Paula studied under Clint Carter and Morten Solberg, and never missed her annual pilgrimage to Hendersonville, NC, for the Kanuga Watermedia Workshops.
Paula's work resides in collections from Georgia to California and has been exhibited in shows and galleries across the Southeast including the Georgia State Capital Building and United States Congress.