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CONTEMPORARY

No one seems to agree about the exact meaning of contemporary art.

Critics, curators and historians define it in varying ways.  Because of this, most everything in our gallery could be considered contemporary.

If you disagree you may be right. ????

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  • Which Way? – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $125.00

    Which Way?

    Gallery Wrap 6 x 6″

    Acrylic on Wood

    “Which Way” depicts the many choices, directions and paths available to each human being.
    The “Ancestry Series“ paintings was begun to explore native peoples’ symbols & their meanings. The artist used these to tell universal stories. Each painting is executed free-hand with the story evolving as the design emerges. Dots of paint are applied using a number of different tools- whatever works.

  • Wanderings – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $250.00

    Wanderings

    Gallery Wrap 14 x 11″

    Acrylic on Wood

    Wandering uses symbols to show meeting places, water, flight, direction & possibility.
    The “Ancestry Series“ paintings was begun to explore native peoples’ symbols & their meanings. The artist used these to tell universal stories. Each painting is executed free-hand with the story evolving as the design emerges. Dots of paint are applied using a number of different tools- whatever works.

  • Pathways – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $220.00

    Pathways

    Gallery Wrap 24 x 6″”

    Acrylic on Wood

    “Pathways” imagines the circles, trails & messages encountered on life’s journey.
    The “Ancestry Series“ paintings was begun to explore native peoples’ symbols & their meanings. The artist used these to tell universal stories. Each painting is executed free-hand with the story evolving as the design emerges. Dots of paint are applied using a number of different tools- whatever works.

  • Earth Mother – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $480.00

    Earth Mother

    Framed 16 x 20″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    Earth Mother carries her child, her heart is gold and pumped with life blood; her womb surrounded by eggs signifies birth, creativity, new beginnings, creation. Her sea legs remind us of our beginnings in water.
    The “Ancestry Series“ paintings was begun to explore native peoples’ symbols & their meanings. The artist used these to tell universal stories. Each painting is executed free-hand with the story evolving as the design emerges. Dots of paint are applied using a number of different tools- whatever works.

  • Celebrations – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $220.00

    Celebrations

    Gallery Wrap 6 x 24″

    Acrylic on Wood

    “Celebrations” uses symbols that are explosive s iin fireworks and partitions stages of life that are celebrated.
    The “Ancestry Series“ paintings was begun to explore native peoples’ symbols & their meanings. The artist used these to tell universal stories. Each painting is executed free-hand with the story evolving as the design emerges. Dots of paint are applied using a number of different tools- whatever works.

  • Drawing Strength – Sara Joseph

    $2,500.00

    Drawing Strength

    Gallery Wrap 40 x 30″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    “Strengthen me according to Your word.” Psalm 119:28

  • Creation – Christina Fitch

    $450.00

    Creation

    Gallery Wrap 40 x 16″

    Mixed Media

    Mixed media consist of encaustic, oil, alcohol inks chalk pastel, cheesecloth, dried red pepper, on recycled art.

  • Over the Rainbow -Christina Fitch

    $900.00

    Over the Rainbow

    Framed 68 x 27″

    Mixed Media

    Mixed media consist of resin, acrylic, marker, color pencil, embroidery thread, photography film, on wood panel.

  • Willow Sculpture on Crystal Base – David Gappa

    $2,850.00

    Willow Sculpture on Crystal Base

    7L x 5W x 25.5”H

    Blown Glass & Crystal Mineral

  • Palo Verde in Sunlight – Jill Danahey

    $425.00

    Palo Verde in Sunlight

    Gallery Wrap 12 x 36″

    Acrylic

    This tall, narrow canvas lent itself to the wonderful Palo Verde trees that I loved from Arizona and Marfa Texas.  There is a bit of gauze fabric to give texture to the tree branches.  I then played with sunlight and shadow in somewhat fanciful colors.  Purple shadows for contrast with sunlight is a favorite for me.

  • Glacier Ice #7 – Jill Danahey

    $400.00

    Glacier Ice #7

    Gallery Wrap 20 x 20″

    Acrylic

    This abstract of the colors of glacier ice and shadows came from a more realistic rendition of a photo from Iceland.  I used that as an underpainting, adding deep darks to suggest a chasm in the ice and strong strokes to give the feel of ice shards.

  • Living Water – Sara Joseph

    $700.00

    Living Water

    Framed 27 x 39″

    Mixed Media

    John 4:10 “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you ‘Living Water’.”