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Landscape is the depiction in art of natural scenery with its elements arranged into a coherent composition.

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  • An Inviting Welcome – Fran Chausse White


    An Inviting Welcome

    Framed 10x 13.5″

    Oil on Panel

    Neighbors are welcome here!

  • Summers End – Jackie Railsback


    Summers End

    Framed 13 x 16″


  • After the Rain – Fran Chausse White


    After the Rain

    Framed 26 x 14”


    Ah! Springtime!

  • The Still Place – Sara Joseph


    The Still Place

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 48”   

    Acrylic on Canvas

    He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Psalm 23:3

  • Texas Blues and Cactus Too; triptych – Cherie Giddens


    Texas Blues and Cactus Too

    Framed triptych 10 x 20″ each


    As always, the Texas Bluebonnets were beautiful this year.  This year’s painting was to find a different way to portray their beauty.  My vision was to show the splendor, radiance and soul of these “Texas Blues” among the rough beauty of the “Texas Cactus”; a wonderful pairing.

    These 3 individual paintings are mounted on board and framed in clear acrylic shadow boxes.  Each of these paintings can be purchased individually for $425.  Click “VIEW DETAILS” to see the paintings staged and individually.

  • Pacific Coast – Ruth Francis


    Pacific Coast

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 48″

    Oil on Canvas

    The Pacific Coast is a fairy tale dream to me.  As a child during my family’s many trips to the West coast, I played in the surf.  I was actually afraid of it, but I never told anyone.  The big black rocks seemed like monsters to me.  And the crashing waves were scary things that chased me back to the shore.

  • Chamisa – Ruth Francis



    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.

  • Sunset – Ruth Francis



    Gallery Wrap 24 x 48″

    Oil on Canvas

    This is reminisce of all the sunsets I enjoyed while living at the foot of the Sandia Mountain.  Looking West from there the Rio Grande Valley rises to the West Mesa on which five extinct volcanos reside.  Every evening as the sunset builds behind them, they appear as sentinels guarding heavens treasured gold.

  • Clouds – Ruth Francis



    Gallery Wrap 24 x 48″

    Oil on Canvas 

    This painting was inspired by an awesome sky revealed to me while driving home one day in April.  I actually took a picture out my windshield at every red stoplight on Southlake boulevard.  The sequence gave me wonderful insight to how a storm is created.  I tried to build this storm in the same manner as the Great Creator.  Although my painting may be a great earthly creation, it pales in comparison to what I watch Him do.

  • In Memory of Summer – Cherie Giddens


    In Memory of Summer

    Framed 24 x 36″


    The fun and discovery of summer adventures create special memories, sometimes not literal but always with focus on the experienced moment.  
    This painting was taken from one of Henry’s photos from his summer travels.

  • Snow collects in and on Trees – Naomi Brotherton


    Snow Collects in and on Trees

    Framed 23 x 30”


    In the late 1960s I wanted to paint snow scenes, but living in Texas we seldom had much snow and I had not seen any in a number of years. Woke up one Dallas morning with 6 inches of snow all over.  I got to see what the weight of it did to various trees, plants and other things.
    In my childhood my Mom would collect some really clean show… add vanilla, sugar and a little milk for an ice cream treat midwinter.

  • Country Cabin – Naomi Brotherton


    Country Cabin

    Framed 23 x 30”


    Traveling across the country, where there is lots of agriculture, one can detect where the farmer’s home is likely to be… in a cluster of trees. 
    Where prevailing winds are very strong, a row of trees near the home can be a wind breaker.
    The trees around this small house might cast cool shade on it in morning and afternoon.