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 Stoneware
by GuruSangat Khalsa Mixed Media on Paper
by GuruSangat Khalsa Oil on Canvas This is a result of a dream in which I was wrapped in a cocoon and my spiritual teacher surrounded me in a healing light.
by GuruSangat Khalsa Mixed Media on Paper What began as a drawing of a back became more of a meditation on what goes on inside.
by GuruSangat Khalsa Oil on Canvas This is an "instructional" painting, showing the visualization for a particular, wondrous meditation.
by Linda Jones Watercolor 8' x 10" 2006
by Linda Jones Watercolor 15" x 19" 2014
by Linda Jones Watercolor 10" x 10" 2006
by Linda Jones Mixed Media 12" x 12" 2006
by Linda Jones Watercolor 11" x 14" 2006
by Darcie Pike Oil on Canvas 24x30 inches 26Feb2016 Mt. Whitney’s summit at 14,505 foot elevation.
by Darcie Pike Oil on Belgian linen 14x11 inches 1996 This is the aqueduct at high tide, notice the boiling water effect down stream of the falls.
by Darcie Pike Media, Oil on Canvas 16x20 in. Hawaii waves on Kauai
by Darcie Pike Oil On Triple Rabbit Glue Sized Belgian Linen Double Hand Primed 16x18 in. 1996 A whimsical self portrait.
by Darcie Pike acrylic on canvas 20 x16 in 2001 A whimsical portrayal of worry.
by Edwin Behrens Digital Photography Variable 12/2015 Anticipating an image and then learning the when and where can result in extraordinary travel photographs. Buddhist temples are open to the public and welcoming to photographers if you take the time to explore.
by Edwin Behrens Digital Photography Variable 12/2015 The beauty of travel is enlightenment, enrichment and joy in realizing that what one sees is real and neither a museum pice nor staged!
by Edwin Behrens Digital Photography Variable 12/2015 Traditional round boats for fishermen and a gigantic statute of Buddha: During the Vietnam war, thousands of young marines could escape the battle fields for a few days of R&R or medical care on “China” Beach and other beaches in Danang. Now, over forty years later, there is little visible evidence of the conflict either on the beaches or ashore.
by Edwin Behrens Digital Photography Variable 12/2015 Unexpectedtly encountering unique subjects, composition and color is a joy in street photography.
by Edwin Behrens Digital Photography Variable 12/2015 Truly a universal moment.
by Heidi Mraz from my new series and exhibition, Car Creatures
by Laura Nichols Stoneware 8” across Feb 2016 Hello owl!
by Laura Nichols Stoneware 8” high Feb 2016 New design for me - work in progress.
by Laura Nichols Stoneware 6” square Feb 2016 New version of same old rooster!
James Diedrich December 2015 Photography
by Robin S. Kent Photography 25” X 14” March 2011
by Robin S. Kent Photography 25” X 19” March 2012
by Robin S. Kent Photography 25” X 15” March 2013
by Robin S. Kent Photography 25” X 15” March 2014
by Robin S. Kent Photography 25” X 17” March 2015
by Joyce Lee Oil on canvas 16x20 February 26, 2016 Duck, NC
by Joyce Lee Oil on canvas 18x24 February 5, 2016
by Joyce Lee Oil on canvas 12x16 February 3, 2016
by Joyce Lee Oil on canvas 30x45 February 29,2016 This is the third painting of my Korean painting symbolism study "Longevity and Steadfastness". In Korea, people symbolically believe the pine tree symbolizes longevity and steadfastness because it remains green even in the harshest winter.
by Coty Dickson Oil Painting 16" x 20" 2016 Gaze at the big, puffy clouds as you follow the path to the tree and watch them as they meander over the mountains.
by Sandra Dovberg Acrylic on W/C Paper 14.25”W x 10.25”H 2009 My primary goal is to be authentic and original while exploring an eclectic mix of materials and techniques. For additional images of Sandy’s work including metal art objects and jewelry go to www.sandracdovbergart.com
by Sandra Dovberg Mixed on Gallery Wrapped Canvas 30”H x 24”W x 1.5”D 2014 Created this commemorative painting of my student experience at Skidmore College using memory and collage materials from the 1969 yearbook superimposed on a map of Saratoga Springs, NY.
by Sandra Dovberg Acrylic on Gallery Wrapped Canvas 24”H x 24”W x1.5”D 2015 My answer to an artistic challenge to use acrylic texture mediums combined with my exploration of using a “T” composition.
by Sandra Dovberg Mixed but primarily Acrylic on W/C Paper 9.5”H x 10.5”W 2016 An exploration of color and composition based on a “T” format which is one of my favorite compositions for abstract paintings.
by Sandra Dovberg Mixed on W/C Paper 22”H x 29.5”W 2007 A mixed media painting exploring the difference between how we remember an experience and what was its actual reality.
by Gail Péan Iphonography 11" by 14" 2/27/16 I love the way this NYC boutique owner sees herself and creates each day a unique face to bring joy to her shoppers.
by Gail Péan Iphonography 11" by 14" 2/27/16 The crocheted heart had this love note next to it.
by Gail Péan Iphonography 11" by 14" 2/27/16 Walking down Spring Street in NYC and found this crocheted heart to be shared with all. I new display venue for an old art.
by Gail Péan Iphonography 11" by 14" 2/27/16 Brigita the colorful shopkeeper models a summer hat for my 91 year old mother in Florida. She sees beauty in the mirror everyday.
by Gail Péan Oil on canvas 16" by 20" 2/2016 Bryce Canyon is where art and nature are symbiotic and time stands still. You are staring at 70 million years of work.
by Alicia Sommers 48” x 36” Acrylic on Canvas 2015
by Jan S. Heginbotham 12 x 36" oil on canvas
by Jan S. Heginbotham 10 x 20" oil on canvas
by Jan S. Heginbotham 16 x 20" oil on canvas
by Susan Silliman 20” x 20” Collage and Acrylic February 12th 2016
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