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Abstract art uses a visual language of shape, form, color and line to create a composition independent from visual references.

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  • Red Rocks – Kiki Zais


    Red Rocks

    Gallery Wrap 30 x 40”

    Mixed media on Cradled wooden board

    “In awe, I was inspired by the majestic strength of the Red Rocks. It is one of the most beautiful places in the world.”

  • Falling Color – Christina Fitch


    Falling Color

    Gallery Wrap 20 x 16″

    Encaustic on wood panel

    “My inspiration was based on memory of a day spent with my sister on a lake near Salt Lake City, Utah.  We had a wonderful afternoon enjoying a picnic lunch and sketching the natural beauty of Utah.”

  • Of Beauty and Freedom – Regina Davis


    Of Beauty and Freedom

    Framed 28.5 x 20.5″

    Oil on panel

    “Aren’t we all one-day butterflies, not aware of time?  Searching for partners or honey, a day of freedom to fly in the wide blue sky.”

  • The Matriarch – Regina Davis


    The Matriarch

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 30″

    Oil on linen

    SOLD and now lives in Flower Mound, Tx 

    “This painting is about women empowerment – to own the capacity to tame our emotions and use them to our benefit”

  • Panther City – Christina Fitch


    Panther City

    Gallery Wrap 24 x 20″


    “Fort Worth, TX is often referred to as “Panther City.” In the late 1800’s a Dallas attorney, who spent some time in Ft. Worth, insulted the city by saying it was such a sleepy city that he saw panthers sleeping in the middle of the downtown street. The citizens of Ft. Worth embraced the panther as a symbol of hope and strength. This painting depicts a downtown Fort Worth street scene in the 1950’s, complete with a sleeping panther.”

  • In Bloom – Christina Fitch


    In Bloom

    Gallery Wrap diptych 27 x 24″


    ”I endeavored to capture the essence of spring through the vivid colors and patterns. Spring represents rebirth, freshness, and newness.”

  • Ambient- Kelly Gowan



    Gallery Wrap Birchwood Panel 8 x 8″

    Resin Alcohol Ink

    Transparency, layers, beautiful turquoise and brilliant gold are the words to describe this painting.  It is simple yet striking to look at.  The resin is poured thick and then rich drops of gold layers on top, with yet more resin over that.   You can see almost into the painting from the side.  Short video of painting – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZY3hB1CCXyw

  • Joyous- Kelly Gowan115



    Gold Floater Frame wood canvas  6.5 x 6.5″


    “A fun small cheerful acrylic and resin abstract.  I love the colors of iris flowers and gardens. Whether seeing them in your garden, or being given a bouquet of flowers, whether giving or receiving…it always makes me feel joy. The gold floater frame was professionally done and is a beautiful accent to this painting. The small size allows for you to put it almost anywhere or give it as a gift!”

  • Fishy Fishy – Kelly Gowan


    Fishy Fishy

    Floater Framed 6.5 x 6.5″ 

    Acrylic and Gold Leaf on wood canvas

    “An adorable cute fishy abstract. This painting makes me think of brighter lighter days somewhere near water!  It comes professionally framed in a gold floater frame to match the gold fishy!”

  • Deer – Kelly Gowan



    Gallery Wrap Canvas 48 x 30″

    Acrylic Mixed Media

    “This painting is ‘Deer’ to my heart. I live in the piney woods of East Texas where we see these beautiful animals on a daily basis, along with so much wildlife. This painting was done over 2 yrs.  Each section of the deer was individually painted and had to dry before moving to the next section of its body.”  

  • Angel Care – Betty Grummer


    Angel Care

    Gallery Wrap 24 x 36″

    Acrylic  Collage on Canvas

    “Angels are known to be invisible and at times visible. They are messengers and protectors. Here I have shown one as a protector and also a comfort to a little lost lamb.”

  • Butterfly with Geraniums – Betty Grummer


    Butterfly with Geraniums

    Gallery Wrap 11 x 14″

    Acrylic on Wood

    “I was inspired to paint this simple little butterfly after visiting a conservatory where a multitude of butterflies were living among flowers and lush foliage. At a special event they would be released into the outdoors.”