Scott L. Christensen is a highly respected landscape painter, noted for his understanding of light, ability to achieve pure color, and reverence for nature. His work is in the permanent collection of the Craig Thomas Visitors' Center in Grand Teton National Park. He has received many honors, including the Northwest Rendezvous Juror's Award of Merit in 1993 and 1994; Most Distinguished Alumni of Chadron State College 1997, and the Prix de West Award for his painting Wind River Ice in 2000. His work has been exhibited at the National Academy of Western Art, Prix de West, Gilcrease Museum, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Denver Art Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, Salmagundi Club, Autry National Center, and History Colorado Center, among others. He lives in Victor, Idaho, where he paints and teaches.
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