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 Jenny Nichols
by Jenny Nichols
Shy Guinea Hen
Tulip Serenade Photography 8" by 10"
Tulip Splendor Photography 8" by 10"
Tulip Rhapsody Photography 8" by 10"
Symphony of Tulips Watercolor 11" by 14" I love tulips, but they are difficult to grow here, because of the deer. So I've been growing a tulip garden with my paints!
Tulip Dream Watercolor 11" by 14"
“Pass” Photograph Sizes vary A lucky shot
“Friday” Welded Steel
“Recognize They Is You” Acrylic on Canvas
“Sky Parade” Mixed Media on Paper
The Last Bluebells Photography Varies April 19-29 “The best camera is the one you have”
Green Cascade Photography Varies April 19-29 “There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”
Purple Haze Photography Varies April 19-29 “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.”
Pushy Red Photography Varies April 19-29 “Wherever there is light, one can photograph.”
Lavender Tower Photography Varies April 19-29 “If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera.”
"The Pinkness...of Dogwood and Spirea" photography 5 x 4 ratio April 2020 Staying at home with my camera has been a great distraction from the covid-19 statistics.
"The Pinkness...of Waterford and Dogwood" photography 5 x 4 ratio May 01, 2020 Some artists work in a series and that was my inspiration for the "Pinkness of Spring"
"The Pinkness...of Spring Gifts" photography 5 x 4 ratio May 01, 2020 Foraging in the wooded area of my back garden I found these blooms on a bush that have a hint of pink. The gift is that the deer do not browse on them.
"The Pinkness...of a Spring Melody" photography 5 x 4 ratio May 01, 2020 A cup of tea and a sweet melody, what a calming moment.
"The Pinkness...of Florida Dreaming" photography 5 x 4 ratio May 01, 2020 Thanks for indulging my pink mood. Find more of my work on instagram at colvinkiwi.
“Portrait of Camille Claudel” Charcoal 14” x 11” Camille Claudel was a French sculptor. Although she died in relative obscurity, she is now the subject of several biographies and films. (Born, 1864, died 1942)
Sour Dough Starter Crock Stoneware Holds about four cups Pandemic 2020
Road History 15x19 inc. oil painting You told me your history The road teaches to walk My friend,my old friend
imagine 8x10 inc. oil painting Imagine that our world is heaven.
Munzur-Dersim 7x9 inc. oil painting My water,my soil My hometown is Dersim. Munzur river is there.
Daffodils by the Path Mixed media 11" x 11" email@example.com
The Garden Seat Watercolor 5" x 11" firstname.lastname@example.org
Cottage Garden Mixed media 15" x 11" email@example.com
William's Daffodils Acrylic 15" x 15" firstname.lastname@example.org
Peony Watercolor 13" x 13" email@example.com
Architectural Construction 1 / Householder Chaos 1 (oil) Oil on canvas 24 x 18
Crayon Box Houses Oil on canvas 20 x 16
Lady and the Houses Oil on Canvas 16 x 20
What will happen? Oil on canvas 12 x 16
The Floorplan Oil on canvas 16 x 20
Een Neez Bogzarad - 1(This too Shall Pass) Acrylic on Paper 12" x 12" April 2020 In Persian calligraphy: “This Too Shall Pass”.
Een Neez Bogzarad - 2 (This too Shall Pass) Acrylic on Paper 12" x 12" April 2020 I used a circular form for these black and white studies inspired by an ancient Sufi tale: a king asks for an inscription on a ring that will make him happy when he is sad and will make him sad when he is happy.
Een Neez Bogzarad - 3(This too Shall Pass) Acrylic on Canvas 16" x 20" April 2020 A dervish, who over his lifetime learns the lesson that all things – good or bad - eventually come to pass, proposes this phrase for the ring.
Een Neez Bogzarad - 4(This too Shall Pass) Acrylic on Canvas 12" x 12" April 2020 A poem by Ibn Yamin from the early fourteenth century: “Oh my heart, do not grieve for the sadness of this world, for this too shall pass, As long as this world turns, this too shall pass”
“Shokr” - means gratitude in Persian. Acrylic on Canvas 30" x 48" April 2020 Inspired by the poetry of Sa’adi, a Persian poet of the 13th century. The smaller words in the background say “har nafass “ which means every breath. Sa’adi says we can never be adequately grateful because every breath - inhalation and exhalation - demands a thanks.
Coneflowers and Salvia Acrylic 20"x20"
Light over the Mountains Mixed Media 24"x24"
Flowers of Joy Mixed Media 12"x12"
Trees and Clouds photography April 2020
Grateful photography March 2020
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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