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  • Chamisa – Ruth Francis

    $2,400.00

    Chamisa

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 48″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    Such a wonderful pleasure are the smells of the high desert.   The Sage and Chamisa and Apache Plume sweeten the dry air with delicate fragrances.  The desert comes alive in the early fall when the Chamisa sweeps the hills with it various shade of yellow.

  • Begonia Floor Show 1 – Namoi Brotherton

    $600.00

    Begonia Floor Show 1

    Framed 25.5 x 29.75

    Watercolor

    Oh, there it was… my next subject, a beautiful potted begonia plant begging to be painted.  My studio partner had brought it for his class to arrange on a small table but he had left it on the floor.  I liked the unusual concept of looking down on it like a map.
    So I started painting on the nearest watercolor paper without much thought about the placement on the rectangle.  The color was working well, so I laid another paper next to it so as to include the other objects on the floor. The long stems of the lotus pods helped establish the floor concept.
    This became a diptych. The two paintings are framed separately, each signed by the artist, and hung side by side, or purchased separately. Either way they make a unique design.

  • Begonia Floor Show 2 – Namoi Brotherton

    $600.00

    Begonia Floor Show 2

    Framed 22.5 x 29.75″

    Watercolor

    Oh, there it was… my next subject, a beautiful potted begonia plant begging to be painted.  My studio partner had brought it for his class to arrange on a small table but he had left it on the floor.  I liked the unusual concept of looking down on it like a map.
    So I started painting on the nearest watercolor paper without much thought about the placement on the rectangle.  The color was working well, so I laid another paper next to it so as to include the other objects on the floor. The long stems of the lotus pods helped establish the floor concept.
    This became a diptych. The two paintings are framed separately, each signed by the artist, and hung side by side, or purchased separately. Either way they make a unique design.

  • Straw and Poppies – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $475.00

    Straw and Poppies

    Framed 19 x 16″

    Oil

    Garden nighttime strolls find flowers sleeping.

  • Passion Poppies – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $640.00

    Passion Poppies

    Gallery Wrap 16 x 40″

    Oil

    Exploring a new palette opens up a new energy to cover the canvas—meditate.

  • Sunflowers in the Wild – Betty Grummer

    $450.00

    Sunflowers in the Wild

    Gallery Wrap 24 x 20”

    Acrylic on Canvas

    Sunflowers blowing in the wind are a display of color, shapes, line and texture an inspiration for an artist to capture on canvas.

  • Moods of Indigo – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $300.00

    Moods of Indigo

    Framed 15 x 15″

    Oil on Panel

    Playing with indigo & negative of a photo to achieve effects to paint.

  • Icelandic Poppies – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $480.00

    Icelandic Poppies

    Gallery Wrap 12 x 40″

    Oil on Canvas

    Poppies are a favorite subject. These Icelandic versions lend themselves to texture and movement.

  • Looking Glass – Jackie Railsback

    $775.00

    Looking Glass

    Framed 28 x 25″

    Watercolor

    “A pot of fuchsia in the window of a Bavarian house. The old stone building next to the colorful flowers was a very distinct contrast.”

  • Alpine Geraniums – Jackie Railsback

    $975.00

    Alpine Geraniums

    Framed 31 x 39″ 

    Watercolor

    Old structures with window boxes were filled with colorful flowers.

  • Lavender and Poppies – Ruth Francis

    $495.00

    Lavender and Poppies

    Gallery Wrap 16 x 20

    Mixed Media on Canvas

    SOLD

    Painted from a mind journey to the poppy fields of California and Arizona.

  • Hollyhocks – Betty Grummer

    $400.00

    Hollyhocks

    Gallery Wrap 14 x 14″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    On a trip to Santa Fe I became fascinated with the lovely Holly Hock flowers I saw growing in court yards, church gardens, and some just blooming wild  along the roadsides. As I love flowers of all kinds Naturally  I had a desire to paint them.