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 Heidi MrazShe Loves Me...She Loves me Not
Exotic automobile flower built upon a panel of brushed aluminum.
by Dorry Emmer"Heritage"
Victoria Square in Christchurch, New Zealand. I have lived in both
Christchurch and the United Kingdom.
by Dorry Emmer"Paua"
I love the colors of the Paua shell from my native country.
by Dorry Emmer"Thanks Dean"
A blatant photobomb inspired by my photography teacher. The perfect
opportunity in Akaroa, New Zealand.
by Dorry Emmer"Sunrise on the Kaikouras"
We had more "red sky" mornings than evenings on our rainy vacation in NZ.
by Dorry Emmer"Documenting the Shore"
Someone else was also doing what I was on the Kaikoura shoreline of NZ.
by GuruSangat Khalsa“Enlightenment”
Oil on Canvas
50 1/2” H X 14 1/8” W
Think of the yogi meditating in the forest and (lightbulb) enlightenment comes!
by GuruSangat Khalsa“Golden Temple Holy Waters”
Dimensions on request
One of the most spiritually powerful places on earth for healing and blessings - my true home.
by GuruSangat Khalsa“in And Out Of Hand”
Oil on Canvas
22 1/2” H X 18 1/2” W
This is a painting of feeling a small wire sculpture in my hand - a personal experience
by GuruSangat Khalsaa04“Yoga Saves”
Oil on Board
Even in a factory town, one can become enlightened through yoga, and fly above earthly affairs.
by GuruSangat Khalsa“Bunny Fence”
14 1/2” H X 8 5/8” W
I incorporated a long-used laundry basket in this piece inspired by the situation on fhe rabbit fences in Australia.
by Will TuthillSelf Portrait
Gauche on Illustration Board
12" x 9 1/2"
A self-portrait composed of significant things that contributed to my identity at the time.
The art featured 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.
Virtual Galleries of the past . . .