Geri was born and raised in California.  At a very young age, her family moved to Santa Ynez Valley, just north of Santa Barbara. It was this area that
would solidify her passion for history and sharing it via her artwork. She was mentored by some amazing artists, including Daryl Desmond, and Art
Professor Carl Seyboldt and nationally recognized artist Judith Durr. Her artwork has been greatly influenced by Robert “Shoofly” Shufelt, Frank
McCarthy, Paul Calle, William Matthews and Frederick Remington.
 Geri currently lives in Carrollton, Texas with her husband and two Shelties. Geri is
an active member of American Woman Artists, Southwest Premier Artists and Women Artists of the West.  Geri Dunn is a nationally recognized artist,
exhibiting in galleries, museums and invitational art festivals. Some of these include:
Art Festivals

2006 – 2011   Death Valley 49er’s Invitational Art Show, Death Valley, CA
2007 – 2010  Big Bear Invitational Art Show, Big Bear Lake, CA
2008 – 2009  Western States Horse Expo Equine Art Show, Sacramento, CA
2010 – 2014  Phippen Museum Invitational Art Show, Prescott, AZ
2011 – 2012 Sonoran Arts League Festival, Cave Creek, AZ
2011 – 2012 ArtFest, Cave Creek, AZ
2011 Western Art Week: Jay Contway & Friends Art Show, Great Falls, MT
2012 – 2013 SeptemberFest, Museum of the Southwest, Midland, TX
2012 – 2017 Cottonwood Arts Festival, Richardson, TX
2012 Irving Arts Association Juried Show (1st Place Award in Drawing), Irving, TX
2013 – 2016 Art on the Greene, Arlington, TX
2013 – 201
8 Bosque Art Classic, Clifton, TX
2013 Graphite Only Art Exhibit, Breckenridge, TX
2014 Art in the Square, Frisco, TX
2014 – 2016 Stillwater Art Festival, Stillwater, OK
2014 – 2016 Art in the Square, Southlake, TX
2014 – 2018 America’s Horses in Art, American Quarter Horse Association, Amarillo, TX
2014 – 2016 A New Look at the West Exhibit, Pearce Museum, Corsicana, TX

2016 - 2018 "The Party", Museum of Western Artists, Kerrville, TX
2018 Miniature Show, Museum of Western Artists, Kerrville, TX

Museum of the Southwest, Midland, Texas
American Quarter Horse Museum, Amarillo, Texas
Phippen Museum, Prescott, Arizona
Pearce Museum, Corsicana, Texas
Bosque Museum, Clifton, Texas
Llano Museum, Llano, Texas
Museum of Western Art, Kerrville, Texas


Jenny Longhorn in Prescott, Arizona
Adobe Western Art Gallery in Fort Worth, Texas
Art on the Square in Waxahachie, Texas
About the Artist