Eleanor Joan Guerrero

The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?

An International Art Exhibition

(November 7 through January 8, 2021)

BIO

Eleanor was born in New Jersey. She painted her first oil painting at 8. She studied art methods in oils, watercolor and sculpting at Penn State University earning a B.A. in cultural anthropology. She was soon selling her large oils at metropolitan area shows and taking commissions.

She visited many American historic locales and Native reservations, even participating in a Hopi Ceremony. Guerrero graduated from Seton Hall School of Law in 1976, always continuing to paint. Her paintings adorn corporate offices in New York City and Florida. She traveled the world studying art and culture from Italy to India. Drawn to vast vistas and Native cultures, in 1995, she moved out West to Durango, CO. She finally settled in Red Lodge, Montana where she exhibits at the Beartooth Fine Art Gallery in Red Lodge. She independently exhibits and sells her art nationwide. Her large work, Spirit Grizzly, is in permanent exhibit at the Montana State Capitol building in the Governor's office,

STATEMENT

These great bears are my passion. The grizzlies are coming back after years of depredation but as we speak, they are trying to take away their protected status. I moved to the Beartooths from Colorado. I had found a beartooth on my property-brought up by a gopher outside my Colorado cabin. I took it as a good omen!

Eleanor Joan Guerrero

United States of America

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