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G. Vaughn Forsyth Edit Profile

artist

G. Vaughn Forsyth, American artist. Recipient Visual Arts award Utah Arts Council, 1984. Speaker Utah Watercolor Society, 1979-1984.

Background

Forsyth, G. Vaughn was born on May 8, 1948 in Provo, Utah, United States. Son of Gordon James and Nadene (Dow) Forsyth.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Utah, 1974.

Career

Member various performing groups, Washington, 1960-1967. Trumpet soloist United Nations Army Band, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 1967-1969. Watercolorist Salt Lake City, 1976-1987.

Travelling watercolorist Springville Museum, 1984. Digital printmaker Pacesetter Labs, Palo Alto, California, since 1987. Artists in schools Utah Arts Council, Salt Lake City, 1979-1980.

Consulting curator Utah Museum Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, 1980-1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Illustrator: The Modern Chair Escapes Moab 77, 1997. Travelling exhibition National Education Association Utah Museum Fine Arts, 1986-1987. Inventor front-end professional large-print graphics software.

Views

Heaven is the place where God lives and the future home of those who do God’s will and follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Membership

Speaker Utah Watercolor Society, 1979-1984.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Mountain biking, motorcycling, art-critic.

Connections

father:
Gordon James Forsyth

mother:
Nadene (Dow) Forsyth