Bernard Vetter (b. 1940)

Bernard Vetter

(b. 1940)

Bernard Vetter graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso and has been a professional artist since 1972.  He uses a dry brush technique to paint realistic watercolors of Southwestern and wildlife/sporting subjects, including fly-fishing scenes.  In his oil paintings he specializes in Southwestern landscapes, typical of Southeastern Arizona, New Mexico and West Texas.

Vetter’s paintings are a part of a number of collections including the Favell Museum in Klamath Falls, Oregon; the Pabst Collection in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and the Miller Collection in Ft. Worth, Texas as well as many private collections.  In 1994 his work became part of the acquisition of the Huthsteiner Fine Arts Trust.

Source: askART

Bernard Vetter