Veronica “Ronnie” Deevers was born in the Quad Cities but life’s journeys now have her residing in Low Moor, Iowa. In the beginning Ronnie believed that wildlife art would be her nitche.

“Even after the divorce, I decided to stay in this area because I’ve met so many wonderful, down to earth people” say Ronnie, claiming they are the reason she was so motivated to pursue her art talents and try her hand at competing.

“My very first competition was with Pheasants Forever and I was thrilled to take fourth place. It was my first time out and I had no clue what to expect.” Since then she has also taken the 2005 Artist of the Year for Ducks Unlimited.

However, Ronnie’s deepest passion is for auto graphics. Creating a unique piece on motorcycles or other vehicles is unparalleled to any other type of art form. Personalizing someone’s bike, car or truck helps them make a statement that sets them apart from the rest.

It is important for the customer to have a good idea of what they want and have some reference photos for better visual communication. Pricing will depend on what needs to be done in prep work prior to the airbrushing work and everything must be cleared once the artwork is completed. If you are planning on having the whole bike done, it can be from $1000 to $2000, depending on the circumstances and time involved. If body work needs to be done, one must consider those expenses as well.