Lola Krummenacher grew up in Rexburg, Idaho, where she attended Ricks College and BYU with a major in elementary education and a minor in art. After graduating, Lola taught school in Issaquah, Washington, while her husband finished OCS. They moved around the country, but when her husband was deployed to Vietnam, she returned to BYU and majored in their Art program.
Jeff and Lola lived in Europe, where she was exposed to many cultures and great art. Returning to the States, they raised six children in Arizona. Lola taught for community colleges and attended classes. After moving to Williams, Arizona, Lola became a juried member of the Northern Arizona Watercolor in Sedona, where she received instruction and taught. There, she studied with well-known Arizona and National artists.
Eventually, Jeff and Lola moved to Moab, Utah, where she lived for seven years. There, she taught watercolor and stained glass classes for the Moab Arts and Rec. Center.
Over 18 years ago, they moved to Saint George, Utah. Lola started teaching for the Southern Utah Watercolor (now Dixie Watercolor Society), the Hurricane Valley Alliance, the Las Vegas Watercolor Society, the Southern Utah Watercolor Society in Cedar City, and Mesquite, Nevada. She has taught groups in Moab and Idaho.
Lola has won awards in art shows and exhibits throughout Arizona and Utah.