Gary Huber brings to his art a deep passion for nature and the great outdoors. He fills his landscape paintings with the light and atmosphere of the Pennsylvania farm country where he was raised, the rugged coast of California and especially the lakes, streams, craggy peaks and snowfields of his Rocky Mountain home.
Gary holds signature membership in Pastel Society of America as well as a number of other organizations. His work has been exhibited at the Butler Institute of American Art, The National Arts Club, The Brinton Museum and the Haggin Museum. His award-winning work can be found in private and corporate collections from coast to coast.
More important than awards and praise, Gary seeks to paint according to his own sense of values. Feeling the profound importance of wild natural places and the small farms and ranches that are the cornerstones of America’s independent spirit, these themes are repeated throughout his body of work. Combining naturalistic color with dynamic composition, scenes of peace and tranquility are charged with beauty, spirit and energy.
Gary spends his time painting, hiking and traveling the country’s National Parks and wilderness, seeking out-of-the-way places to gather new material and inspiration. He resides in Buffalo, Wyoming, with a breathtaking view of the Bighorn Mountains.
You can follow Gary through his web site or at He writes a quarterly newsletter of interest to both artists and collectors alike which you can sign up for from his web site.