Floy Walberg is a native of rural Nebraska, and a graduate of the university of Nebraska in journalism and advertising. She has been painting since the late 1970's, after being motivated by Edith Niblo, an outstanding teacher of design who taught for many years in the Denver Adult Education Center.
Color and design are very important to Floy, and that is apparent in her paintings. She works in tempera ink resist, casein and pastel. These mediums allow her to do landscapes, florals and her favorite, architectural buildings, in strong colors that define her style.
Floy has taken workshops and classes with Steven Quiller, Tony Ortega, Doug Dawson and other regional artists. She shows regularly in juried state and regional shows, and has received numerous awards. She is a signature member of Colorado Watercolor Society, a member of Denver Allied Arts Guild, Colorado Artists Guild, and a long time volunteer at the Denver Art Museum.
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