Winfrey Hearst

Winfrey Hearst is a native of El Paso, Texas, and received both her B.A. in Art and her B.S. in Education from the University of Texas at El Paso. She furthered her study of ceramics at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana, and her study in education at Carroll College in Helena. She continued her study of printmaking at the Institute of Experimental Printmaking in Santa Cruz, California, and also at Frogman’s Workshops at the University of South Dakota.


Her work has been included in the exhibitions “Tejido Fronterizo/Border Tapestry” at the Chamizal National Memorial, “Imprinted: Contemporary Printmaking” at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, “Painting Across Borders” at the Consulado General de Mexico, “Reflections” at the Las Cruces Museum of Art, “The Art of Cultivation” at the Farm and Ranch Museum in Las Cruces, and also in the Sun Carnival Exhibit at the International Museum of Art.


She has always enjoyed working outdoors and has sketched and painted in the southwest desert as well as in the forests of Montana, where she lived for almost seventeen years.


While living in Montana, her etchings were featured in exhibits at the Montana Historical Society Museum, the Archie Bray Foundation, and the Montana Gallery and Book Shoppe in Helena; at the Hockaday Art Center in Kalispell; and at the Ketterer Art Center in Bozeman. Her work was included in the “Governor’s Salute to the Arts” and “A Show of Hands”, a film on the arts in Montana produced by the Helena Arts Council.


Winfrey is associated with the Plein Air Painters of El Paso, the Border Artists, the El Paso Art Association, Las Artistas, and the Pastel Society of El Paso.

Some of the paintings may be available for sale. All of the artwork is ORIGINAL.

Artist accepts commissions, special requests, portraits, landscapes, etc.

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