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Trent Gudmundsen
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Three P.M. 32 x 28 Oil $8000
 "Three P.M." Winner of Award of Excellence in the NOAPS 2019 Spring Online International Exhibition
(National Oil and Acrylic Painters' Society)
  Morning Coffee 40 x 30 Oil $10500

 Sandwich Maker 20 x 16 Oil $2900
 Preppers 12 x 16 Oil $1700
 Black and White 8 x 8 Oil $975
 Evening Glow 24 x 12 Oil $2650


 In the Back Pasture 16 x 12 Oil $1950

 Tall Grass 10 x 8 Oil $1100


 Storm Approaching 12 x 16 Oil $1950
Window Shopping 20 x 16 Oil $2900 
 Spring Day 24 x 18 Oil $3800

Summer Day 30 x 40 Oil SOLD 
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In painting what captures my emotions, I remind myself of some of the greatest memories
of my life, and hearken to some forgotten feelings present someplace in my Spirit that are greater
than any that I can remember.


Trent Gudmundsen is described as "a young artist who has the mature brushstroke of someone who's been painting for 50 years or more". With a love of both impressionism and detail, Gudmundsen approaches his paintings with a "less is more" attitude, but delights in adding just the right amount of detail where necessary.

Having gained national recognition with his distinct interpretations of restaurant interiors, Trent is now re-visiting favorite subjects and ideas, with the intent of focusing more on the individuals instead of just the ambiance of the group settings.

A main focus of Trent's right now is to portray the female figure as the focal point in a variety of contemplative situations, including within the landscape.

  Gudmundsen's work is represented by galleries in Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, and Utah. Trent and his wife, Lorajean, and their three children currently live in Logan, Utah. Trent enjoys practicing traditional homesteading skills, and he and Lorajean are currently in the final stages of restoring their 100-year-old house. (Trent also recently built a chicken coop, and filled it with 8 hens...they now get more eggs than they could possibly eat)..
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