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  • Pride of Texas – Betty Watkins

    $495.00

    Pride of Texas

    26 x 26″

    Acrylic on cement

    This piece depicts the Texas State Flag along with icons of Texas Bluebonnets, Longhorn Cattle and the beautiful red sunsets, all that make Texans proud.

  • The Day We Got A New Car – Christina Fitch

    $1,300.00

    The Day We Got A New Car

    Gallery Wrap 48 x 24″

    Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    “I started from a photograph that has been preserved (intentionally or not).  The painting is distorted in a way to show the inaccuracy of the memory inspired from fading memories, moments of time, and personal narratives.  Distortions are used to emphasize how the memory, that was collected with the camera, can change over time and also emphasizes how the picture might not tell the whole story and can be misleading.”

  • The 4th of July – Christina Fitch

    $800.00

    The 4th of July

    Gallery Wrap 36 x24″

    Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    “I started from a photograph that has been preserved (intentionally or not).  The painting is distorted in a way to show the inaccuracy of the memory inspired from fading memories, moments of time, and personal narratives.  Distortions are used to emphasize how the memory, that was collected with the camera, can change over time and also emphasizes how the picture might not tell the whole story and can be misleading.”

  • Playing with Mikey – Christina Fitch

    $700.00

    Playing with Mikey

    Gallery Wrap 30 x 24″

    Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    “I started from a photograph that has been preserved (intentionally or not).  The painting is distorted in a way to show the inaccuracy of the memory inspired from fading memories, moments of time, and personal narratives.  Distortions are used to emphasize how the memory, that was collected with the camera, can change over time and also emphasizes how the picture might not tell the whole story and can be misleading.”

  • Kitchen Baking – Christina Fitch

    $800.00

    Kitchen Baking

    Gallery Wrap 30x 24″

    Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    “I started from a photograph that has been preserved (intentionally or not).  The painting is distorted in a way to show the inaccuracy of the memory inspired from fading memories, moments of time, and personal narratives.  Distortions are used to emphasize how the memory, that was collected with the camera, can change over time and also emphasizes how the picture might not tell the whole story and can be misleading.”

  • Box Surprise – Christina Fitch

    $800.00

    Box Surprise

    Gallery Wrap 36x 24″

    Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    “I started from a photograph that has been preserved (intentionally or not).  The painting is distorted in a way to show the inaccuracy of the memory inspired from fading memories, moments of time, and personal narratives.  Distortions are used to emphasize how the memory, that was collected with the camera, can change over time and also emphasizes how the picture might not tell the whole story and can be misleading.”

  • Swinging on a Star – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $95.00

    Swinging on a Star

    Gallery Wrap 6 x 6″

    Acrylic

  • Southwestern Ancestors – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $575.00

    Southwestern Ancestors

    Gallery Wrap 24 x 24″

    Mixed Media

    Red mountains and indigo skies of the southwest belong to the chiefs and native peoples.

  • 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.

  • On the Potomac – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $350.00

    On the Potomac

    Gallery Wrap 12 x 24″

    Oil

    One of my favorite places to visit. All the icons of our democracy as beacons.

  • Night Time – Rosemary Riddle-Achelpohl

    $350.00

    Night Time

    Gallery Wrap 12 x 16′

    Oil

    Contrasts of the night sky in Montana with the poppies was breathtaking.