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                  b.1961

                  “I am drawn to the things which speak to the senses; the light and atmosphere of landscapes, the impressions of a moment or a place, the spirit of nature and of people. It is important to me to strive as an artist to paint a variety of subjects and to paint each equally well. I often paint on location or from life. Whether researching sporting life images, landscapes, or places from abroad, painting directly from the subject is essential to capturing the impression of what I see.”

                  An avid fly fisherman, he was once known best for his close-up paintings of fish. Now, Dix Baines paints a range of subjects in his expressive, light-infused style. Characterized by his bold brushwork and dramatic use of light and color, his paintings depict landscapes, villages, adobe buildings, fishing scenes, and the river environment as a whole.

                  Baines was born in 1961 in Denver, Colorado; from childhood he expressed a love and talent for drawing. After high school, he attended Brigham Young University where he enrolled in painting classes. Having shown impressive skill for realism, Baines was encouraged by his professor to enter the Interior Design Department. He graduated from BYU an expert at producing quick, accurate, beautiful design drafts. Over the following 10 years Baines developed an accomplished career as an architectural interior designer in Denver. However, his devotion to the fine arts went unsatisfied during much of this time. He enrolled in the Art Students League of Denver where he studied with Quang Ho and Kim English.

                  In 1996, he submitted his first work to the Arts for the Parks competition, an oil painting of a cutthroat trout. Baines was awarded a seven thousand dollar prize and the piece became part of the Yellowstone National Park’s permanent collection. Encouraged by this recognition and the support of his wife, Kathlyn, Dix decided to leave his career and paint full time. He set up a studio in his home in 1997 and since then has received much recognition.

                  EXHIBITIONS AND SHOWS

                  A.R. Mitchell Museum Invitational, Colorado 2011-2012, 2014

                  Panhandle-Plains Museum Art Show, Texas, 2010-2016

                  Loyalhanna Watershed Association Annual Art Auction, Pennsylvania, 1998, 2001, 2006-2016

                  Howard/Mandville Annual Miniature Show, Washington, 2001-2014

                  “Notes and Brushstrokes,” Dix Baines Studio, Colorado 2011-2015

                  “Albuquerque Museum Miniatures,” New Mexico, 2001, 2013

                  “Expressions of the West,” Coos Museum, May 2013

                  “Stampede Western Invitational Art Show,” Colorado, 2003, 2006-2013

                  “Colorado Landscapes,” Hayden Hays Gallery, Colorado, 2013

                  “Along the Way,” One Man Show Hayden Hays Gallery, Colorado 2012

                  Holiday Miniature Show, Evergreen Fine Art Gallery, Colorado 2012-2013

                  “Weekend in the West,” Evergreen Fine Art Gallery, Colorado 2012-2013

                  “Western Masters Art Show,” Montana, 2011-2012

                  “Off the Wall Auction,” Montana, 2012

                  “11th Annual Night of the Artists,” Brisco Art Museum, Texas, 2012

                  “Buffalo Bill Art Show,” Wyoming 2002-2011

                  “Art for the Sangres,” Colorado, 2000-2012

                  CM Russell Art Auction, Montana, March 2010

                  Paint America, National, March 2010

                  One man show, McLarry Fine Art Gallery, New Mexico 2002-2006

                  American Art in Miniature, Gilcrease Museum, Oklahoma, 2000,2001, 2004, 2006-2009

                  “Representing the West” show, Sangre Arts Center, Colorado, 2005, 2007

                  “Waterfowl Festival,” Maryland, 2004

                  Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, 2004, 2005

                  “Wildlife Art” show, Richard James Galleries, South Carolina, 2003

                  One man show, Visions West Gallery, Montana 2002, 2004

                  “Rising Star for 2002,” Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Arizona, 2002

                  Feature Artist, “Fly Fishing Show,” Visions West Gallery, Montana 2001

                  “The Great Rist Canyon Fine Art Auction,” CO 2000-2008

                  “American Miniature Show,” Settlers West Gallery, Arizona, 2000-2002
                  AWARDS AND PUBLICATIONS

                  “Colorado Governor’s” show, Colorado 2002-2011, 2013

                  Loyalhanna Watershed Annual Art Auction, Featured Invitation Artist, Pennsylvania, 2011

                  “History of the Saints”, TV Show, Featured Paintings, 2011

                  International Art Competition, Church History Museum, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009

                  Finalist, Landscape/Interior category, The Artist's Magazine 26th Annual Art Competition, 2009

                  Artist Feature, ¬Wildlife Art Magazine, September/October 2006

                  Best of Show, Howard/Mandville Miniature Show, Washington, 2005

                  Juror’s Choice Award, “Representing the West” show, Sangre Arts Center, Colorado, 2005

                  First Place Oil Category, “Images of Parker,” Colorado 2005, 2007, 2008

                  Back Cover, Gray’s Sporting Journal, February 2004

                  Arts for the Parks Miniatures Regional Winner 2003

                  Arts for the Parks Top 100 1997, 1996, 2003

                  Feature article, “Colorado Expressions” Magazine, November 2003

                  Cover, Wildlife Art Magazine and Article September/October 2002 issue

                  Artist Feature, Big Sky Journal, February 2002 issue

                  Artist Feature, Southwest Art Magazine, December 2000 issue

                  “Best of the West,” Southwest Art Magazine, May and July 2000 issues

                  Artist work featured in book “Forgotten Fly’s” by Paul Schmookler, May 2000

                  Artist’s Profile KUSA Channel 9 news, Colorado May 1999 (Emmy Award winning)

                  Artist Feature ESPN’s Flyfishing America, April 1998

                  Award of Merit Purchase Award Arts for the Parks, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 1996

                  Arts for the Parks Top 200 1995, Wyoming
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