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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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  • Skyline – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl



    Gallery Wrap 24 x 24”

    Mixed media/resin on birch panel

    “Abstracting the horizon in the blink of an eye.”

  • Summer 2020 – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl


    Summer 2020

    24 x 24” Gallery Wrap

    Mixed media/resin on birch panel

    “Heat in the fields, Golden skies lighting the way across the sea.”

  • Winter Morn – Ruth Francis


    Winter Morn

    Framed 11.5 x 11.5″

    Oil on panel

    “How early do you have to get up to go skiing? Too early. But the world is beautiful in the early morn with all the light dancing on the snow.   Not my favorite time to rise, as I have always been a late sleeper. But, certainly one of the most beautiful.”

  • Restful Oak – Kelly Gowan


    Restful Oak

    Gallery Wrap Birchwood Panel 55 x 44″

    3D Raised Wood Resin

    “Restful Oak is a conversation piece for sure.  The tree alone, being 3D, was a piece of work in itself with golden brown wood tone branches and life flowing throughout it. Once painted, the tree was then set into a heavenly resin background.  This tree reminds me of Jesus, and coming to him when one is weary.”

  • Misty Woods – Kelly Gowan


    Misty Woods 

    Gallery Wrap Birchwood Panel 30 x 40″


    “I love being in nature.  There is something so grounding about it. So tranquil to disconnect from technology and the hustle of the world.  Just a calm quiet walk in the Misty Woods.”

  • First Pink Light – Kelly Gowan


    First Pink Light

    Gallery Wrap Birchwood Panel 55 x 35″


    “First Pink Light was a book I read as a child. I love pink light from sunrise or sunsets. The way the fog and mist can change colors with the time of day to a soft pink is so beautiful. The combination of soft color, with an abstract minimalist expression of the mountain range is very open and peaceful.”

  • Gotta have Roots – Betty Grummer


    Gotta have Roots

    Gallery Wrap 18 x 24″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    Winter  and summer the geraniums continually grew in my garden. For years I knew that I had to paint them in a different way when I saw the older stems twisting in interesting shapes.

  • It’s Iris Time – Betty Grummer


    It’s Iris Time

    Gallery Wrap 24 x 30″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    Nature grows irises to enrich our lives with beauty. An iris painting enables us to enjoy iris time at anytime.

  • Texas Fire Coral – Jackie Railsback


    Texas Fire Coral

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 36″

    Acrylic on canvas

    “Red is my new color and the ranch has many forms of cactus. Fun to paint.”

  • Crossing the Creek – Cherie Giddens


    Crossing the Creek

    Framed 24 x 29”

    Water Color

    “While visiting New Mexico, we stopped at La Rinconada Ranch and took several photos of the river as it cut a path thru the trees.  I was inspired to paint these wonderful November colors.  The golds, reds, purples sparkling across the water and thru the trees captured the essence of a rugged New Mexico landscape.”

  • Morning Bachelor Buttons – Cherie Giddens


    Morning Bachelor Buttons

    Framed 21.5 x 25”

    Water Color

    “On one of my early spring walks, I discovered these tiny lavender “Batchelor Buttons”.  I often saw purple thistles but never these beautiful blooms.  I went back to the spot with my phone to photograph for a painting.  These flowers gave me the perfect subject to begin with wet washes of color that captured the surrounding textures.  It was a bright expression of spring, a happy blessing.”

  • Rising Moon Moab, Utah 1 – Jill Danahey


    Rising Moon Moab, Utah 1

    Gallery Wrap 16 x 20″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    “As we drove from Arches National Park to our hotel in Moab, we were treated to a huge harvest moon rising over the rocks. Everything was glowing.”