Farraday Ayne Newsome grew up in the small town of Boulder Creek, California. She was fascinated with nature, spending her childhood as she recalled "fishing for crawdads and collecting spider webs and plants," and decided to study biology at college.
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Edward Flood graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and joined a group of artists who came to be known as the Imagists. Their work evoked surrealist art and elements of popular culture, and often employed vivid colors.
George Henry Hall was one of the most well-respected still-life painters in America during the mid-nineteenth century. His realistic images of fruits and flowers were influenced by the British Pre-Raphaelite movement.
The artwork of Nelda Schrupp, a member of the Nakota Sioux tribe, has evolved around the rattle, a spiritual object used in sacred ceremonies in her native culture. Schrupp was influenced by the modern art she studied at the University of North Dakota.