Roxanne Everett is a contemporary landscape painter who is inspired by wilderness areas of the US and abroad. Roxanne worked first as an architect and later received a Master’s Degree from the University of Washington in Forest Ecology. Preferring outdoor environments, she spent many years as a National Park Backcountry Ranger, living and working months at a time in remote alpine environments. Roxanne was selected as an artist in residence for several arts organizations (US, Iceland, Australia,Greece) and is a member of Women Painters of Washington. Her work is shown regularly at various locations across the Pacific Northwest. Five National Parks have her work in their permanent collections.