UBVA is made up of a team of talented artists and art Promoters with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to sharing our talents and working with you.
Deena Riley Millecam
Painter, UBVA Founder
Artist, grandma, and biker. Ex-President of Uintah Basin Visual Arts, an exciting group of local artists dedicated to further the arts in the Uintah Basin. Past educator, present painter. Love the out-of-doors. Participate in cycling in the World Senior Games in St. George. Enjoy family and friends and appreciate all they bring to my life each day.
Painter, UBVA Sectretary
My first love was to draw and paint animals, pet portraits, and the western landscape. I work in oils, acrylics, watercolor, and mixed media. I believe it is the task of the artist to elevate the mundane to the sublime, and it is a privilege to share my appreciation of our beautiful landscape with others.
Owner of The Light Of The Loom Studio, UBVA Co-VP
Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media: thelightoftheloom
Sherril B. Porter
Painter, UBVA Treasurer, Webmaster
Studied art in high school & college. Worked as a lab tech and a sign maker. Retired to painting with oils, watercolor, and other mediums. Paint mainly landscapes but also include buildings and figures and other subjects. Paint from photos, reverence material, imagination, or plein air.
Graphic Designer, UBVA Co-president
Lori Gillman is a free-lance graphic designer. She taught commercial art/graphic design, yearbook, English, journalism, art, library, and advised many clubs and activities during her 39 years of service to the Uintah School District. “I love the challenge of every project and love learning new stuff!”
Abby J Fox
A traditional artist based in the Western US. She studied printmaking at Colorado State University, and has since expanded her art practice to include painting and illustration. In 2019, inspired by travel, Abby left her heavy printmaking tools at home to take her sketchbook on a trip around the world. She continues to document her adventures through printmaking and an *almost* daily drawing practice.