Kimball Geisler is a rising star among his plein air peers. His representational landscape paintings often sell before they’re hung on gallery walls, and he is quickly growing a strong following of enthusiastic collectors.

Kimball graduated from BYU-Idaho with a BFA in April 2015. While there, he developed a passion for landscape painting and had the opportunity to work with Albin Veselka, another young artist who was teaching part time at the school. Albin’s work and down-to-earth teaching style were very helpful to Kimball, and he continues to be an influential mentor to him.

Spending time in nature is a necessity for Kimball, both as an artist and as a human being. His artistic goal is to capture the idiosyncrasies of nature and help to remind people about the natural world around them. He will have that opportunity as one of 24 artists invited to participate in the 10th Plein Air Invitational at Zion National Park, an event which benefits the park and allows visitors to interact with the artists in a stunning setting.

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