Born in Brigham City Utah, G. Russell Case always had an affinity for the arts. As a youth his father, also an artist, encouraged him in channeling his talent through watercolors and helped him gain some recognition in local galleries.
For over a decade, Case worked to perfect his talent. In his college years at Utah State University, he transitioned from working with watercolors to oil paints and continued his studies with the intent of becoming an art professor. He graduated in 1990 and dedicated himself full-time to his artistic career.
Around the year 2000, Case's work attracted the attention of fine art dealer Paul Bingham, who became Case's friend and exclusive representation. This partnership pushed Case's recognition to the national level, bringing attention from collectors and dealers.
Case is now an oil painter of majestic landscapes, which he paints directly from nature. He lives in Brigham City with his wife Susanne and their two youngest children, Connor and Morgan. They also have an older daughter, Taylee, who lives in Salt Lake City. )