Several of our artists have visited the gallery during our glorious aspen color season, bringing fresh new works. Recent additions to our inventory span the range of the Western contemporary genre, from sculpture to still life.
Jill Soukup’s “Spring Forward” is a lively oil painting of horses and riders in motion, capturing the joy and energy of the experience.
In contrast, the serenity of Sarah Lamb’s “Peonies in Glass Vase” is delicate and timeless, an exquisite example of masterful still life painting.
Leon Loughridge renders the Western landscape with an ephemeral and classic quality in reduction woodblock prints. Our most recent acquisitions include “Gore Range Sunrise”, a quintessential mountain sunrise that resonates with those who know and love the Rocky Mountains.
Amy Laugesen’s “Patchwork” ceramic sculpture of a horse has a feel that is simoultaneously ancient and contemporary.
Two new colorful paintings by Dinah K. Worman, “Bright Summer Day” and “In the Shade” were on their way to a new home within a day of their arrival.
New works are coming in to the gallery every week. The high country color season is splendid – an excellent time to view the changing of the leaves and to stop by and see the newest art.