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Framing the Future – Forest Friendly

September is National Framing Month Larson-Juhl has been making beautiful custom framing materials for well over 100 years. Their designers and manufacturing teams work hand-in-hand to bring you enduring frame designs in all of the popular home furnishing styles. They…

Cowbird Companions by Daniel Smith

In this limited edition giclee, Daniel Smith has painted a bison, also known as buffalo, in great detail with the cowbirds sitting atop his massive back. The birds will pick bugs from the animals fur and have a meal for…

Whiskey Smugglers – Howard Terpning

“It is important to show the American Indian as he appears in his natural surroundings. He lives with Mother Earth, and his spirituality is bound to his environment. Many of my paintings are inspired by something in nature. The thing…

Getting Away From It All – Andrew Kiss

Constantly evolving, Andrew’s style seems to change each year. His pallet is never the same but his style is always recognizable. His paintings are set apart from other artists through his incredible use of light. People marvel at his ability…

Taste of Success – Eric Christensen

Like a stellar return on investment, there are but a few occasions when patience pays off. As you consider your collection of vintage treasures – quietly resting in a perfect climate – you are reminded of all your hard work…

The Sun Sets on Artist Isabel Levesque

“The consciousness of the great power we call God is in every stone, in every leaf.  I hope that in my paintings I can pass on some of the pleasure I have derived.” – Isabel Levesque Isabel Levesque, an Edmonton…

One Light by James C. Christensen

“Let your own light shine,” explains James Christensen, “because together, we will light up the world. Even this guy, with his hump and imperfections, he isn’t afraid to let his light shine. Sometimes it seems my quietest paintings say the…