Mimi Litschauer's desire to make fine art her
life began in her youth which included many classes in painting,
drawing, ballet, and piano. Her parents inspired her and impressed
upon her "the excitement for the unknown, the addiction
for the new".
attending several college level art courses, Mimi realized that
she belonged in nature (en plein air) and chose to
study with several professional artists who were working "in
moved from Wisconsin to the foothills of Colorado to surround
herself with the most insightful and inspiring painters and sculptors
living there at the time.
then she has devoted years and miles to gathering "on location"
experience and is currently living near and exploring our 10th
largest National Treasure, Big Bend National Park in West Texas.