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
“Party”
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
16” X 20”
by GuruSangat Khalsa
“Float”
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
16” X 20”
by GuruSangat Khalsa
“Together”
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
16” X 20”
by GuruSangat Khalsa
“Offering”
Photograph
Custom sizes available
by GuruSangat Khalsa
“Maple”
Photograph
Custom sizes available
by Robin S. Kent
Summer Solstice, 21 June 2006
Photography
Size Varies
June 21, 2006
From the Series, “Memories of Another Time”
by Robin S. Kent
Mount Rainier, June 2008
Photography
Size Varies
June 26,2008
From the Series, “Memories of Another Time”
by Robin S. Kent
Crater Lake, June 2012
Photography
Size Varies
June 23, 2012
From the Series, “Memories of Another Time”
by Robin S. Kent
Pont Alexandre III, June 2014
Photography
Size Varies
June 7, 2014
From the Series, “Memories of Another Time”
by Robin S. Kent
Lupines of Iceland, June 2017
Photography
Size Varies
June 8, 2017
From the Series, “Memories of Another Time”
by Don Fowler
Project Cherry Pick
2020
photography
size as needed
About eighteen years ago I planted this tree. I just expected a hardwood to enhance my home.
by Don Fowler
Edible Cherries
2020
photography
size as needed
A few cherries came year by year, mostly eaten by birds. I have no problem with that. This year is different.
by Don Fowler
Cherry Oh!
2020
photography
size as needed
As if the tree knows we need more fresh fruit deliveries at home, like oaks making more acorns in years when squirrels need them, it has really provided this year and with no help from pesticides.
by Don Fowler
Bowl of Cherries
2020
photography
size as needed
I brought my bucket and camera, picking the lower fruit leaving the highest cherries for the wildlife. They really taste as good as they look. We got several quarts.
by Don Fowler
Lily (Rated TV-MA!)
2020
photography
size as needed
All of my images shown here have been made under natural light.
by Dorry Emmer
Lockdown Floral Study #1 - one Buddleia
Photograph
3:2 ratio
July 1, 2020
During the lockdown my garden has been what keeps me safe and happy.
by Dorry Emmer
Lockdown Floral Study #2 - two hostas
Photography
3:2 ratio
June 29, 2020
Thank you deer, for not eating the flowers.
by Dorry Emmer
Lockdown Floral Study #3 - Salvia, larkspur and Queen Anne's lace
Photography
3:2 ratio
July 1, 2020
Yes, a dried up pumpkin is making a debut. See my instagram page @colvinkiwi for the story.
by Dorry Emmer
Lockdown Floral Study #4 - Echinacea, blackeyed Susan, Queen Anne's lace and holly
Photography
3:2 ratio
June 29, 2020
I was out watching the sunset on one of the evenings when the Saharan Dust Plume was potentially impacting sunsets.
by Dorry Emmer
Lockdown Floral Study #5 - Buddleia, larkspur, Queen Anne's lace, pumpkin, foliage
Photography
1:1.91 ratio
July 1, 2020
Thanks for a great motivation to produce these "what I did during covid-19" images! Come see more on my instagram page
by James Diedrich
Adventure
Photography
All pictures have been made during our quarantine time.
by James Diedrich
Mist
Photography
All pictures have been made during our quarantine time.
by James Diedrich
Morning
Photography
All pictures have been made during our quarantine time.
by James Diedrich
Social Distancing
Photography
All pictures have been made during our quarantine time.
by James Diedrich
Social Distancing-2
Photography
All pictures have been made during our quarantine time.
by Alicia Sommers
Let Me Breathe
36” h x 24” w
Mixed Media on Canvas
by Cindi Berry
Rye Field (after Ivan Shishkin)
Oil on linen
16x20
June 2020
“The great Russian landscape painter, Ivan Shishkin, was a master of trees, and I wanted to learn from him. Since he is dead and buried, the best I could do was copy one of his works. This is a copy of a portion of his painting entitled, “Rye.”
by Cindi Berry
Under the Sea
Oil on linen
16x20
May 2020
“I started this painting deep in the throes of the lockdown. I was in my cold, damp, dim basement, so I had this image in my mind of swimming under the sea looking up at a dory and the sunlit sky. I painted this exclusively with a palette knife (something I never do). I am drawn to cool colors and wanted to experiment with the variety of blues, violets, and greens in my paint box.”
by Cindi Berry
Kylie
Oil on linen
10x12
June 2020
“Painting animal portraits is my passion. This dog belongs to a friend. The dog is so cute and happy, I just had to paint her. It brings a smile to my face when I look at her, and I hope her owner feels the same way.”
by Michael McDermott
lama glama
photography
June 2020
Reston Zoofari inmate
by Roberta Pruett Beasley
Before the Leaves
Acrylic
12"x12"
by Roberta Pruett Beasley
Covid Blue Spring
Acrylic
12"x12"
by Roberta Pruett Beasley
Road to Taos
Mixed Media
12"x24"
by Michael McDermott
mud baffalo
photography
June 2020
Reston Zoofari inmate
by Michael McDermott
mud baffalo 2
photography
June 2020
Reston Zoofari inmate
by Melek Ayhan
Freedom or Captivity
Oil painting
35x47 in
June 2020
Freedom is the greatest value.Let free the colors
by Melek Ayhan
Serenity
Oil painting
12x14 in
June 2020
I love people who give peace of mind exuberant like the sea as blue as possible and full of hope
by Melek Ayhan
The Spring
Oil painting
8x10 in
May 2020
Did we skip the spring without sniffing any flowers
by Michael McDermott
photo bomb
photography
June 2020
Reston Zoofari inmates
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