Connie Tveten carves and paints waterfowl, game birds, and related subjects. Life in rural Northeastern Montana enables Tveten to study birds in their natural habitat. She relies on first hand observation in the field for accurate renderings of bird subjects, with emphasis on correct anatomy and attitudes that capture the character of each individual bird.
Tveten has exhibited her work at the Ducks Unlimited National art show, Kansas City, MO; The Waterfowl Festival Easton, MD; The Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Show, Tacoma WA; The C.M.Russell Art Show and Auction, Great Falls, MT; and the Governor's residence, Helena, MT. She has placed among the finalists Montana Duck Stamp competition, and a hunting still life painting was selected for the '89 Illinois Migratory Waterfowl Association Sponsor Print.