Welcome to the Great Falls Studios Virtual Gallery
Each month we open our doors to a new exhibit.
We hope you stop in often and enjoy the diverse talents of the artists of Great Falls Studios
by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“The Shelter Of Your Love” Acylic

by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“In And Out Of Hand” Oil on Canvas

by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Flying” Mixed Media On Board

by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Remember You Are You In The Beginning, Middle And End” Oil On Canvas

by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Jungle Boogie” Oil On Board

by Jonathan Fisher
by Jonathan Fisher

“Twarbles” Painted-wood construction 14” x 14” x 3” 2016 In this children’s game, refugees from competing tribes seek safe havens from a chaotic world of climate change and overcrowding.

by Naz Akbar
by Naz Akbar

Lucy and my husband Oil on Linen 30x24 Nazakbarart@me.com

by Naz Akbar
by Naz Akbar

Tea Oil on Canvas 24x24 Nazakbarart@me.com

by Naz Akbar
by Naz Akbar

Oil on Canvas 20x16 Nazakbarart@me.com

by Donna Barnako
by Donna Barnako

Eclat 24" x 48" Acrylic and ink 2016

by Dorry Emmer
by Dorry Emmer

"One Last Hurrah" Photography February 2017 Rescued back from the threat of the compost bin when the wonderful reflection on the granite counter was noticed.

by Dorry Emmer
by Dorry Emmer

"Chaos Before Completion" Photography February 2017 Making the finishing touches to my fiber art leads to chaos on my work surface.

by Leslie Anthony
by Leslie Anthony

Frenzy Oil 20 X 24 Out of Chaos there is order or vice versa

by Parinaz Ziai Bahadori
by Parinaz Ziai Bahadori

Flight Acrylic on Canvas 48" x 24" 2016

by Roberta Pruett Beasley
by Roberta Pruett Beasley

New York, New York Mixed Media on Paper 22"x30"

by Susan Silliman
by Susan Silliman

"Mad March Days" Watercolor 16" x 20" February 2017

by Rosemarie Forsythe
by Rosemarie Forsythe

“First Fugue" Mixed media mono prints combined with light modeling paste and acrylic paint on cradled canvas 16”x20” 2016 Patterns are like notes in a musical fugue with interwoven, repetitive elements.

by Rosemarie Forsythe
by Rosemarie Forsythe

“Jeweled Stars” Mixed media mono prints combined with light modeling paste, jewels, and acrylic paint on cradled board 10”x10” 2016

by Rosemarie Forsythe
by Rosemarie Forsythe

“Jeweled Protection” Mixed media mono prints combined with light modeling paste, jewels, and acrylic paint on cradled board 10”x10” 2016

by Alicia Sommers
by Alicia Sommers

Sunshine Hipster 40” x 30” Acrylic on Canvas

by Gail Péan
by Gail Péan

What are You doing here? iPhone photography 11"x14" 2/17 My intrusion and encounter at the Great Falls created chaos for a startled squirrel.

by Gail Péan
by Gail Péan

Women March against chaos iPhone photography 11"x 14" 1/21/17 Women responded to the chaos created by Trump's Inauguration with the largest march in history on Washington.

by Gail Péan
by Gail Péan

Pussy Grabs Back iPhone photography 11"x 14" 1/21/17 Signs are everywhere; Public Parking Pussy Grabs Back, We are valuable and Powerful.

by Gail Péan
by Gail Péan

Kremlin Chaos iPhone Photography 11"x 14" 1/21/17 Russian influence in the Trump Presidential election is causing chaos.

by Coty Dickson
by Coty Dickson

Chaos in the Garden Averted Acrylic on Paper 12" x 12" 2016 My garden can look really chaotic in the spring after remaining dormant all winter. A thorough raking can help alleviate the chaos of dead leaves and plant stalks.

by Linda Jones
by Linda Jones

The Birth of Spring Watercolor 10" x 14"

by Linda Jones
by Linda Jones

Spring Awakening Watercolor 13" x 8"

by Jan S. Heginbotham
by Jan S. Heginbotham

"Householder; Chaos" Plaster for Bronze 19 x 7 1/2 x 8 1/2

by Michael McDermott
by Michael McDermott

Old House Photograpghy 2013

by Michael McDermott
by Michael McDermott

The Watcher Photography 2015

The art fearured in the Virtual Gallery is for sale.  Contact the artist through the ARTIST PAGE of the Great Falls Studios website for details about the artwork featured in the Virtual Gallery and discover additional works of art.

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