Category: Art Blog

Art Preservation Through Framing

Not all artwork is alike, and none of it comes with a maintenance manual. Unless your artwork is cared for properly, it will deteriorate. So, how do you decide when and how to care for your artwork? The answer is…

Forest Sentinel by Carl Brenders

Statement by Carl Brenders: The truth about this painting is that I got my inspiration from a nice photograph in an animal lovers’ weekly. A nice Scottish wild cat watched through a double growing birch tree full of lichens. This…

Join Us! Christmas Open House Dec. 15-24

The most important gift of the season is the love of family and friends.  Tokens of appreciation are given at this time of year, wrapped up in metallic paper and fancy bows.  How will you show your appreciation for those…

Passage of Promise by Guy Combes

Passage of Promise: Amboseli elephant herds, with Kilimanjaro in the background. Proceeds from the sale of each of these prints go to Amboseli Trust for Elephants. ATE’s research arm, the Amboseli Elephant Research Project, has made many important contributions to…

The Art of Roger Arndt

Roger Arndt’s hallmark scenes of towering Rocky Mountains, western forests, Pacific shores and gardens have captured the attention of fine art collectors world wide. His work is distinguished by a luminous and mystical quality that stirs inspiration in all who see…

“Trouble” by Bonnie Marris

Trouble – Winner of the 2016 Masters of the American West Patrons’ Choice Award In a family where Dad can strike instant regret with just his glare, this child knows it’s in big trouble. Mom is very satisfied to take…