OKLAHOMA HALL OF FAME PUBLISHING
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Margaret Reynolds Hoge was born and raised in Oklahoma City. After graduating from Heritage Hall, she attended Trinity University (San Antonio, TX) for two years and received a BFA in All Level Art Education from the University of North Texas. Post graduate work at the University of Oklahoma lead to her Minor in Geology.
Hoge created the art curriculum and taught at The Greenhill School (Dallas, TX), created the art curriculum and...more
Christopher Nick was born and raised in rural Oklahoma and received his formal art training at the Atelier LeSueuer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Atelier school system is based on the curriculum of training the artist in the tradition of the old masters. Nick's training descends directly from the 17th century artist Jacques-Louis David.
Nick was then able to refine his skills by copying old master paintings in the collection of the...more
Mike Wimmer was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and received his BFA from the University of Oklahoma and had the opportunity to study with Don Punchatz at The Sketch Pad Studio in Arlington, Texas.
Wimmer later completed his MFA at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Connecticut. He is Professor of Illustration at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia, and formerly served as the Distinguished Visiting Artist at...more