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Julie Jeppsen

About Julie Jeppsen

Wildlife artist, Julie Jeppsen is known for her paintings of wild animals combining realism and atmosphere in landscape. Julie is a self-taught artist whose subject matter is a wide range of animals. Her art talent came from her mother and her love of the outdoors came from her father. Julie began drawing as soon as she could hold a pencil. At the age of seven she was asked to draw murals of animals for the elementary school spring festival. At age 14 she began selling her work for entry fees in high school rodeos.

Click on the images below to view Julie Jeppsen's artwork available for sale at this year's show.

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