Moro, OR – Sherman County Historical Museum’s Sherman County Artist Series features the work of Brett King during the month of June. Brett’s artistic talent developed at an early age. A self-taught and diverse artist, his work includes Sharpie art, custom tattoos, pencil drawings, graphic art and mirror etchings.
Brett grew up in Sherman County, the son of Jeff and Paula King, and enjoys hunting, fishing, four-wheelers, his show truck, and helping his dad on the farm. He works from his studio at 341 N.E. Greenwood in Bend, King Dezines, making drawings of a favorite dog, buck deer, elk, flowers and more in response to the needs of his clients. He applies Sharpie art to helmets and jet skis, and designs logos and graphics for paint jobs on motor homes and trucks, including his own show truck.
The Museum in Moro is open from 10 until 5 daily, and features award-winning interpretive exhibits, the Museum Store and a Visitor Information Center in air-conditioned comfort. For more information see www.shermanmuseum.org or call 541-565-3232.