Jeremy Manyik has ben chosen to present his work in Colorado's Governor's Art Show in Loveland May 12 - June 17.
This prestigious show is the only juried fine art show in the state of Colorado to exclusively feature Colorado artists.
Jeremy Manyik was raised on the plains of southeast Colorado in La Junta and received no formal art training. However, his mother, Sherry Manyik, is a well known local artist.
He takes his inspiration from the people, ranches, and farmlands in his surroundings; these serve as the focus of his paintings. Manyik participates in many juried national and regional shows where he has earned numerous accolades including several Awards of Excellence from the Oil Painters of America, and fifth-place in the prestigious National Portrait Society’s International Portrait Competition.
Jeremy Manyik is curator of the Koshare Indian Museum, a collection of art and artifacts of Pueblo and Plains Indians and also paintings of these subjects. The Koshare Indian Museum is a registered site of the Colorado Historical Society. It is located at 115 W. 18th St. in La Junta.