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 Don Fowler
by Don Fowler

Owl Release digital photograph size as needed 2016 This formerly injured great horned owl was rehabilitated at Blue Ridge Wildlife Center and released last September at a fundraising party.

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by Don Fowler
by Don Fowler

Free at Last! digital photograph size as needed 2016 Great horned owl takes flight.

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by Susan Silliman
by Susan Silliman

Long May It Wave 12" x 12" acrylic and paper on canvas

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by Parinaz Ziai Bahadori
by Parinaz Ziai Bahadori

(wh)Y not? acrylic ink on paper diptych: each panel measures 8" x 8" April 2017

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by Parinaz Ziai Bahadori
by Parinaz Ziai Bahadori

(wh)Y not? - 2 acrylic ink on paper diptych - each panel measures 11" x 14" April 2017

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by Judith Shapiro
by Judith Shapiro

Acrylic Palettes Acrylic paint 6.4 x 6.0 inches Each of these works is acrylic paint only. No canvas or other support! The paint was applied to a palette and then peeled off. All we have is just the paint itself.

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by Judith Shapiro
by Judith Shapiro

Acrylic Palettes Acrylic paint 6.4 x 6.0 inches Each of these works is acrylic paint only. No canvas or other support! The paint was applied to a palette and then peeled off. All we have is just the paint itself.

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by Judith Shapiro
by Judith Shapiro

Acrylic Palettes Acrylic paint 6.4 x 6.0 inches Each of these works is acrylic paint only. No canvas or other support! The paint was applied to a palette and then peeled off. All we have is just the paint itself.

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by Judith Shapiro
by Judith Shapiro

Acrylic Palettes Acrylic paint 6.4 x 6.0 inches Each of these works is acrylic paint only. No canvas or other support! The paint was applied to a palette and then peeled off. All we have is just the paint itself.

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by Judith Shapiro
by Judith Shapiro

Acrylic Palettes Acrylic paint 6.4 x 6.0 inches Each of these works is acrylic paint only. No canvas or other support! The paint was applied to a palette and then peeled off. All we have is just the paint itself.

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by Padma Jen Koch
by Padma Jen Koch

Aura Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 36 x 48 3/2017

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by Padma Jen Koch
by Padma Jen Koch

Open Acrylic on Wood Panel 10 x 10 3/2017

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by Padma Jen Koch
by Padma Jen Koch

One Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 18 x 24 11/2016

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by Padma Jen Koch
by Padma Jen Koch

Interconnection Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 16 x 20

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by Padma Jen Koch
by Padma Jen Koch

Radiate Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 6 x 6 10/2016

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by Alicia Sommers
by Alicia Sommers

Red Wing Black Birds Soaring 24” x 30” Acrylic on Canvas 2016

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by Laura Nichols
by Laura Nichols

Stripey Platter Stoneware 14” x 9" Today Freedom to put glaze wherever you like!

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by Penny Ross Burk
by Penny Ross Burk

From the Prince Street series Digital Photograph

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by Gail Pean
by Gail Pean

Raging Grannies Oil 30" x 40" 2015 Freedom to protest is our right as citizens. Protesting is patriotic.

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by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Brave Cicely” Mixed Media on Board This piece was partly made of my mother’s countless prescription labels. She was a light, a delight, and fearless.

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by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Recognize You In Them” Oil on Canvas Within each opposite is an element of its opposite.

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by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Our Man In Trivandrum” Oil on Canvas This is the famous sunglasses man on the southern tip of India. He looks and sounds like an insect, and keeps us well supplied and entertained.

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by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Flying” Mixed Media on Board This comes from those dreams of flying up and just out of reach.

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by GuruSangat Khalsa
by GuruSangat Khalsa

“Jump For” Oil on Canvas Inspired by the grands on the trampoline

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by Robert Gilbert
by Robert Gilbert

Freedom Tower Oil 48x36 2016, The Freedom Tower is one of the most recognizable buildings in the US and it says “New York Prevails”

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by Robert Gilbert
by Robert Gilbert

Water Wheel Oil 16x20 2016 or 2017 This takes me back to a different time and opens my mind to a different life.

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by Robert Gilbert
by Robert Gilbert

Silent Waterfall Oil 12x9 2017, Restful, peaceful, tranquil and free. This is how I felt when I painted this.

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by Robert Gilbert
by Robert Gilbert

Capri Fishing Boats Oil 12x9 2017, You climb into one of these boats and drift away from all responsibilities.

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by Robert Gilbert
by Robert Gilbert

Monet’s Pond Oil 20x72 2016 Lay down here and you won’t have a care in the world.

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by Binaifer A. Davar
by Binaifer A. Davar

Untitled Photography April 2017

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by Binaifer A. Davar
by Binaifer A. Davar

Untitled Photography April 2017

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by Binaifer A. Davar
by Binaifer A. Davar

Untitled Photography April 2017

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by Binaifer A. Davar
by Binaifer A. Davar

Flowers by Binaifer Flower Design December 2016

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by Binaifer A. Davar
by Binaifer A. Davar

Flowers by Binaifer Flower Design December 2016

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by Coty Dickson
by Coty Dickson

Grazing In the Grass Oil on Canvas 16' x 20" 2017 One interpretation of freedom is the ability to be carefree without restraints. If you are a horse, grazing in the grass is an excellent way to spend time meandering in a field without a care in the world. Wouldn't it be nice to live without care? (See also "Grazing In The Grass" by Hugh Masekela circa 1968.)

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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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