First traveling to East Africa in 1982 then affiliated with the 25th infantry divisions combat artists program, Dennis returned to civilian life in 1967. He became caught up in the renaissance of original printmaking to then contemporary printmaking. Moving away from printmaking and wildlife in 1999, Dennis began working in the more traditional medium of oil painting to capture the light and color of the landscape on location and in the studio.
Rosanne Seitz was influenced by the Early California School of watercolor painters who roamed the state from the 1930's through the 1950's. Rosanne roams the county and state painting scenes of land, sea, and structures. She is drawn to nature, agriculture, and the relationship between man and the land with focus on the vibrant, luminous color. For almost For three decades, Rosanne has explored the Central Coast and painted the most beautiful parts of our landscape. She was a principal owner of the successful Gallery at the Network in downtown San Luis Obispo for 15 years