About The Artist/Art

About Vivi Crandall

A skillful horse woman and hunter who turned to
wildlife art and found enormous success. She was
gracious in her cowgirl hats, western skirts and boots.
Vivi Crandall’s home was secluded on Casper
Mountain, but her paintings were hot throughout the
West, selling for up to $100,000. When she died of
cancer April 30 at age 56, Vivi left a void in the lives
of the people who knew her personally as well as
those who captured her personality solely through her
art.
“I don’t think I even thought of the definition of life
force until I met Vivi,” say friend Kim Fedore. “She
affected everyone she came in touch with. You never
encountered a woman like this.”

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