Featured Artist: Cody DeLong!

Between A Rock and A Hard Place by Cody DeLong 40×30″ Oil

Cody DeLong. Many of you probably know about Cody and his incredible work over the years, his paintings continue to wow! I think this painting is so interesting. Just look at the light this painting has in it – look at the water which is so incredible with it’s subtleness. Beautiful! The background (jaw dropping Grand Canyon) is gorgeous and I love the bighorn sheep – especially the one that’s on the move. It brings this stunning painting to life!

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Featured Artist: Rosemary Leach!

Breaking Bread by Rosemary Leach 41×61 Acrylic

I enjoy paintings of tables in use, also known as a tablescape. They can be as busy or as simple as you like. Whether there are people included or not – they’re interesting. Check out this artist from Canada!

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Eric Bowman – Show at the Maxwell Alexander Gallery!

End of the Trail by Eric Bowman | Maxwell Alexander Gallery

WOW. What more can you say. To me, the white fabric is stunning against this fabulous dark background. The desert is awe inspiring as is the sky. The light on the horse and the man is brilliant and so beautiful.

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Featured Artist: Ashley Sellner!

Hydrangeas by Ashley Sellner 14×11 Oil

I love when people write about their experiences during the pandemic when stay at home orders were in place. I appreciate when someone can take that experience and create something positive – especially when there is so much up in the air and at stake. Today’s featured artist did just that – check it out!

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(RE) Featured Artist: Patti Vincent!

Colorado Day 24 by Patti Vincent 4 3/4″ x 4 1/2″ Gouache (Kraft Paper Sketchbook)

Patti Vincent. When I saw this painting my jaw dropped. I really love all of Patti’s work, but these plein air paintings just grab me. What I love so much about this one is the color palette. It’s softer and fabulous and gives such a beautiful overall feel.

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