Photograph by Robin S. Kent
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.
Surf 24hx24w Acrylic on Canvas
so tiny as to be almost invisible raku/ Sonoran Toad Venom 1 x 1.5" Feb 22
Daffodils Watercolor on paper 11’x15’ 2022
Amaryllis Watercolor on paper 11’x7” 2022
Azaleas Watercolor on paper 15’x11’ 2022
March Morning Watercolor 11" x !4" (framed 17' x 21') firstname.lastname@example.org
Mist over the meadows Watercolor 10" x 10" (framed 20' x 20") email@example.com
Rising Mist Watercolor 10" x 10" (framed 25' x 21") firstname.lastname@example.org
Mellow Morning Watercolor 11' x 14" (framed 19" x 23") email@example.com
'The Sheep in the Meadow' Watercolor 5" x 8" (framed 11" x 11") firstname.lastname@example.org
Invisibility #1 Photography Size Varies August 2011 Invisible=Cannot be seen. Look at the green door in the center of this image. What’s in there? We don’t know, but the sign (lower right) says it’s “Coming Soon.”
Invisibility #2 Photography Size Varies June 2017 Sometimes an image works better without people. One solution, shown here, is to invisible-ize them with post-processing trickery.
Invisibility #3 Photography Size Varies June, 2013 Another solution is to capture the image in pieces, shooting in a small section where no one is present at that moment. Here, 20 images over 10 minutes, assembled with post-processing trickery.
Invisibility #4 Photography Size Varies August 2020 A third solution is to be there when the people make themselves invisible such as this image, taken on a rainy day.
Happy Memories Mixed Media 30"x24" My hidden inspiration....
Clint Rides Again Oil 18x36 February 2022 The wild West is still wild. I’m looking forward to painting a couple more of these painting. It seems to have a character of its own.
Great Falls Falls Oil 18x36 February 2022 I’ve painted the falls enumerable times in both watercolor and oil, but this is the first from this vantage point. There is always a definite sense of power whenever I look at the falls and this is no exception.
Tree Reflections Watercolor 15x22 February 2022 Painted from a photo during a ZOOM class. My primary goal was to paint reflections telling a story without being too overwhelming. I wanted the viewer to feel calm and introspective.
Twilight Trees Watercolor 15x11 February 2022 Painted from a photo during a ZOOM class. My objective was to minimize detail and be spontaneous in the application of the paint. This is one of my WOW! paintings.
White Oak Watercolor 22x15 February 2022 Painted from a photo during a ZOOM class. I painted this tree four times and this is the version I liked the best. It’s another WOW! painting and it has the spontaneity I’m looking for.
Red Birds and Berries, an Exercise in Camouflage photography 2022 In addition to the cardinals, you should see 8 white throated sparrows around the edge.
On the Prowl photography 2022 Even though it’s a “red” fox, its colors blend in with its surroundings
Downey in a Shadow photography 2022
White Throated Sparrows photography 2022 On the ground, these ubiquitous birds usually stay hidden.
Katie's Cars & Coffee Photography 2017
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