Artists We Love
- Written by Allison Carlton
- Published September 02, 2012
John Moyers couldn’t tell you when he first picked up a paintbrush, but he could tell you when he began his career as an artist.
“I always did it,” he says. “It especially helped having my father as an artist. I always had access to materials, sketchbooks and whatever else I wanted, he’d let me use in the studio.”
Since those early days of running home to see what his Cowboy Artists of America father was working on in his studio, Moyers had the opportunity to study with the award-winning Western artist Robert Lougheed.
After that, Moyers’s paintings started selling, and he stuck with it, whether he was depicting sweeping landscapes or American Indians.
“I’ve always been interested in...
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