Guy Rowbury Born in Idaho Falls, Idaho in 1946, Guy comes from a family of artists with father, brother and sister all gifted painters. Guy has had no formal art training and began by painting old cars and buildings, but around 1977 he "began moving back in time and fell in love with the Old West". Living most of his life near the Tetons and the Rocky Mountains, Guy has used them often as backdrops for his Indians, trappers, mountain men and wildlife.
Guy works mostly with opaque watercolor (Gouache). He gets a striking richness with it that transparent watercolor doesn't have and a softness not attainable with acrylic or oil. Guy's work has been featured in many shows inlcuding the C.M. Russell Show in Great Falls, Montana, the Classic American Western Art Show in Beverly Hills, California and the Boise Art Museum Show in Idaho. Currently Guy lives with his family in Ronan, Montana.