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 Terri ParentThree Divas
24" x 18", Digital Photography
As the world was draped in white snow I followed suit in my studio with white calla lilies.
by Terri Parent16" x 20", Digital Photography
My heart is singing as I add a daffodil to my flower portfolio.
by Terri ParentWinter White
8" x 10"
My most favorite work is always what I am currently working on. My passion is always conversations with nature and I love photographing anything against a black background.
by Jonathan Fisher“Little Flecks of Yellow”
Painted Wood Construction
H 18 1’2” x W 16 ¼” x D 3 ¼”
by Gail PéanCambodia early sunrise
Oil on Canvas
16" by 20"
Painted from a favorite photo my friend took while in Cambodia.
by Gail PéanSnowden vs/ Big Brother
Oil on Canvas
Inspired by the patriotism of Snowden vs/ the Patriot Act I created this painting after seeing a protestor in front of the White House.
by Gail PéanVineyard Vista
Oil on canvas
I sold this favorite Vineyard landscape and miss it.
by Gail PéanI wonder who made this?
Oil on canvas
16" X 20"
This is a favorite hand made silver coffee pot given to me by a friend. It is signed in Arabic and I wonder who made it, where and when?
by Sandra DovbergCurrents & Eddies
Galvanized Steel & Copper
Wall Hanging 20”H x 27”W x 6”D
A favorite due to satisfaction of the outcome and it’s lyrical grace. Forging 1/4” Square Copper Rod into gracefulness is no small feat!
by Sandra DovbergThe Dance
Galvanized Steel, Copper Wire & Freshwater Pearls
Wall hanging 14”H x 11.5”W x 3.5”D
Favorites are sometimes the last item completed until replaced by the next - The Baby of the moment. The challenge was working with limited materials and tools I had on hand while away from studio for two months.
by Sandra DovbergSilent Spring
Acrylic on Paper
14.5”H x 8 7/8”W
A favorite is a successful painting that almost occurs by magic and has conceptual content. The challenge was using the Golden Mean Ratio to develop the stratified areas.
by Sandra DovbergNot Tonight Dear
Copper, Sterling & Boulder Opal
1”H X 3.5”W x 2”D
Table Top Art Object with container/Pillbox and 3 Dimensional Puzzle of 6 pieces. Comment: A favorite because the execution was difficult but successful (hence the title) and truly an authentic Dovberg.
by Sandra DovbergConfrontation
Acrylic on gallery wrapped Canvas
2’ x 2’ x 1.5”D
Created for a One Woman Exhibit at TheREP theatre, Albany, NY during the production of David Mamet’s “Race”. The composition, color and emotional content works for me while at the same time fitting the occasion.
by Edwin BehrensDress Maker
Extremely skilled in her craft, this dress maker is wearing her own intricately patterned dyed blouse.
by Edwin BerhensHmong Village Woman With Vegetable
I wanted to visit a Hmong village in Thailand, as hundreds of Hmong tribal people from Vietnam came as refugee farmers to Wisconsin (my home state) following the Vietnam war — they had supported South Vietnamese and US forces and would have been imprisoned or killed. Drawing on their traditional vegetable farming backgrounds from the uplands of SE Asia, they adapted well.
by Edwin BehrensToy Bamboo Cross Bow Maker
Challenged to a dual by this villager, he proudly was able to center three shots into the face of a playing card at about 10 feet. I did not do as well!!
by Edwin BehrensMilling Grain By Foot Power
My favorites are often the most recent — but these images were also selected because of the individual serenity and friendliness of Thai village people. Because of the extreme differences in light and color variations in the background of her shelter, I was only able to salvage the portrait of this woman by converting the background to B/W, resulting in a most pleasing outcome. Clearly, my favorite!
by Edwin BehrensThai Farmer
A Thai villager wearing his traditional garb.
by Coty DicksonGreat Falls Bluebells
11” x 14"
The beautiful bluebells that bloom every year at Riverbend Park are always a treat for the senses and mean Spring has really arrived.
by Mary Jane CoganBuckets of Blossoms
14" x 21"
A visit to Pike Place Market in Seattle was the inspiration for this painting. Prints and notecards of this image are available.
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