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Red on Gold by Billie Colson
The Devil's Backbone by Billie Colson
Awaiting the Storm by Billie Colson
Number 39 is so Fine by Billie Colson
Let Freedom Ring by Billie Colson
Sounds of the Forest by Billie Colson
Purrfect by Billie Colson
Bluebird Romance by Billie Colson
Let's Play by Billie Colson
Romancing the Elephant by Billie Colson
Golden Hour by Billie Colson
Bubbles by Billie Colson
Thunderboomer by Billie Colson
Buster by Billie Colson
Worn With Honor by Billie Colson
Majestic Blue by Billie Colson
Colorado Clouds by Billie Colson
Rescued by Billie Colson
Let the Party Begin by Billie Colson
The Ball or the Rose? by Billie Colson
Bluebird Day by Billie Colson
What's up? by Billie Colson
Celebration by Billie Colson
A Riot of Color by Billie Colson
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About Billie Colson
Billie J. Colson
Billie J. Colson was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She met and married her husband Ron in Houston in the early 80's. They then moved to DeSoto, a suburb of Dallas and started a family. There Billie became involved with the DeSoto Art League and served as president for the organization for the 1994, 1995 and 1996 sessions. She and her family relocated to Loveland Colorado in the summer of 1998.
Billie has been painting and drawing since she was old enough to hold a pencil. She has always had a passion for drawing animals. For most of her younger years she drew horses, but as time progressed she starting doing many other subjects.
Billie also studied with some outstanding portrait artists in the Dallas area; artists James R. Spurlock and Greg Conlin both became very influential to her. Both Conlin and Spurlock introduced Billie to a new medium, pastels, which is now her medium of choice, she also paints in oils.
Since moving to Colorado Billie has entered and placed in several national level art shows. She continued her art studies with Colorado artists Patti Andre, Jeannie McKenzie, and Jan Myers.
Billie coordinated and started Downtown Loveland's second Friday event "A Night on the Town". The event celebrated its fifth anniversary this May. In October 2006 Billie opened Independence Gallery in downtown Loveland Colorado and invited a dozen other area artists to join her in this venue.
In 2009 Billie organized the first annual Loveland Art Studio Tour and Sale. Over 30 artists participated and it was well received by the public.
Now that her two sons are on their own Billie plans to continue exploring the world of art. Her choice of subject matter is always changing for she says there are so many wonderful and beautiful things to paint.