Monica Tymcio’s paintings are a testimonial to her love of nature. She has spent the last 30 years living off-grid near the Indian Peaks Wilderness of Western Boulder County. It is here in this inspirational locale with her rescued horses, dogs and cats that she has made her home. She spends her time exploring the wilderness areas of Colorado on horseback, as well as backpacking in the remote canyons of Utah and New Mexico. Monica draws upon the deep sense of emotion she feels about a place or experience and then expresses that through her paintings to share with the viewer.
Monica’s paintings have been accepted into the Gilpin County Art Association’s juried art shows for over a decade. Her watercolor painting “Prickly Pear Fruit” won a Merit Award in 2014. She has also been represented at The Old Gallery, in Allenspark, CO, and served on their steering committee for many years. Currently she is a member of the Gilpin County Art Association as well as the Boulder Art association.
“Life is the Adventure “