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 FowlerThe smallest bird in the universe? Maybe. This view from behind avoided firing the flash in her eyes. Blown up to 8X10, image is many times life-size.
by GuruSangat Khalsa“Present”
Acrylic on Linen
Working on this piece, I was just in the present, relating to color relationships. It’s in the Tryst show in Leesburg until the end of July.
by GuruSangat Khalsa“Mandala”
Mixed Media on board
Mandalas are a meditation enhancement tool, and result also from meditation.
by GuruSangat Khalsa“Dusk Meditation”
Oil on Canvas
This is an instructional painting, depicting the visualizations that accompany a particular meditation done at dusk to unite our finite with our infinite.
by GuruSangat Khalsa“You In Me In You”
Oil on Canvas
This painting explores the attraction of opposites, and how even opposites contain a bit of each other.
by Robin S. KentMilky Way and Juniper Tree
Photographed near Olmsted Point in Yosemite National Park. The tree was illuminated by a flashlight for about 2 seconds.
by Robin S. KentStar Trails Sonora Pass
About 35 separate 4-minute exposures were combined into this single image. The Pass is located north of Yosemite National Park.
by Robin S. KentMilky Way over Half Dome
Photographed at Olmsted Point, the small hump on the right side of the valley is the iconic Half Dome, about 5 miles from our shooting location.
by Robin S. KentStar Trails, Mono Lake
This California desert lake has a unique ecosystem that sustains millions of annual migratory birds .
by Robin S. KentMilky Way, Blue Ridge Parkway
Photographed at Devil’s Courthouse Overlook, Blue Ridge Parkway.
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.
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