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  • Under the Ben Franklyn Bridge – Christina Fitch

    $1,800.00

    Under the Ben Franklyn Bridge

    Gallery Wrap 36 x 36”

    Mixed media digital painting on wood panel

    The setting is under the Ben Franklyn Bridge in Philadelphia, where my ancestors are from. The figures all come from photos of family members taken in the 1950’s. Each individual seems to be happy, whether flying a kite, swinging, reading to a child, sunbathing, playing with a dog, or out for a walk. However, only the individuals involved know what was actually going on in their lives. 

  • Harper’s Bazaar – Christina Fitch

    $700.00

    Harper’s Bazaar

    Gallery Wrap 24”x 30”

    Mixed media digital painting on wood panel

    Harper’s Bazaar is of my Aunt Mac viewing an issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine. She is in her twenties at the time.  She would go on to own a successful advertising business, something unusual for females in the 1950’s. What was she thinking as she viewed the magazine? Was she looking at the models and comparing herself? Was she looking for ideas? Was there an interesting article? While the photo is definite, only my aunt, through her memories and perceptions would have been able to tell the true story.

  • Pacific Coast – Ruth Francis

    $2,400.00

    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

    $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.

  • Sunset – Ruth Francis

    $2,400.00

    Sunset

    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

    $2,400.00

    Clouds

    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.

  • 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.

  • Nautilus Reliquia – David Gappa

    $1,100.00

    Nautilus Reliquia

    26.5 H x 9 W X 8” D

    Glass sculpture

    This is one creation in the Reliquia series of glass sculptures. Reliquia is translated to English as an object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical or sentimental interest.

  • Panda in the City – Stormie Parker

    $1,500.00

    Panda in the City

    17 x 9.5” Sculpture

    Hand made clay

    This piece is another in the series of endangered animal species that I’ve been doing for the last couple years.

  • In Memory of Summer – Cherie Giddens

    $595.00

    In Memory of Summer

    Framed 24 x 36″

    Watercolor

    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

    $700.00

    Snow Collects in and on Trees

    Framed 23 x 30”

    Watercolor

    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.