Drusilla Montemayor is an American Southwest Artist and Photographer. She is an explorer and adventure-loving person who translates her love and observations of nature to paper and canvas through the use of pastel, watercolor, inks and oil painting.
Drusilla is also an accomplished horseback rider, overland traveler and loves being outdoors and painting plein air.
I attended the University of Idaho where I studied forestry, zoology, biology, anatomy, drawing (graphite, charcoal, ink, colored pencil), architecture, fabric arts and sewing, scientific illustration and painting (acrylics, watercolor, oils, and pastel), ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, printmaking, calligraphy, magazine publication and layout, and leather working. I am an award winning fabric artist specializing in Ladies 1880 period correct costuming and millinery. I have been fortunate to have had experience in western movies and television adds, and also held the position of Director in live street performances and repertory theaters and yearly celebrations in Tombstone, Arizona.
Currently I am long distance hiking, gathering ideas and inspiration for landscapes. My websites are:
Justs a small blog about my adventures traveling,
This website you are on now,
And another art website since apparently one is not enough!