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Pronghorn Drawing by Steve Atkinson
Steve Atkinson
Summer Light, Pt Lobos by Brian Blood
Brian Blood
Edge of the Meadow by Keith Bond
Keith Bond
ALONGZAVILLE ROAD - SUMMER by W.F. James
W.F. James
Dried Roses and Teacup by Laura Robb
Laura Robb
Journey Home XXIV by Keiko Tanabe
Keiko Tanabe
headshotnewbw by David Cheifetz
David Cheifetz
A Pow Wow Dancer by Ying Liu
Ying Liu
KM photo by Kevin Macpherson
Kevin Macpherson
Get 'er Done by Greg LaRock
Greg LaRock
"Morning Study II" by Scott Mattlin
Scott Mattlin
Sunset Glow by Richard Oversmith
Richard Oversmith
Thirty Years on the Road Crew by William Schneider
William Schneider
"Today" by Tammy Callens
Tammy Callens
Cave Springs 6:30am by Timothy C. Tyler
Timothy C. Tyler
"String Lake" by Matt Smith
Matt Smith
White Cliffs at Eagle Creek, Missouri River by Josh Elliott
Josh Elliott
Almost Ready by Robert McKay
Robert McKay
Reverence by Debra Joy Groesser
Debra Joy Groesser
29th and Montana Avenue by Gregory Wilhelmi
Gregory Wilhelmi
The Posse by Helen Musser
Helen Musser
Love Spirals Down by Karen Luke
Karen Luke
Abundance by Stephanie Birdsall
Stephanie Birdsall
Saguaro Forest by Roxanne Steed
Roxanne Steed
Community by Ellie Taylor
Ellie Taylor
SORROW IN PLACE OF MY DREAMS by joe triano
joe triano
Evening Glow Beautiful Light by Michael Budden
Michael Budden
Musing by Pam Powell
Pam Powell
Pear-ade 9x12 July 2015 by Patricia Kness
Patricia Kness
Calliope 24 by John Strickland
John Strickland
Old Soul by Liz Peveto
Liz Peveto
Awakening by Joe Barbieri
Joe Barbieri
Azure Wonderland by Kim Lordier
Kim Lordier
Forgotten, Afloat 30 x 30 by Barbara Bailey-Porter
Barbara Bailey-Porter
Moon Shadows by Marc Hanson
Marc Hanson
Constant Tse by Constant Tse
Constant Tse
Big Sur Summer by Galerie Plein Aire
Galerie Plein Aire
Lilly by Steve Moppert
Steve Moppert
The Three Fates by Nancy Bass
Nancy Bass
C290 Marsh, Late August by Michael Cagno
Michael Cagno
Living in a Cloud by Nina Fabunmi
Nina Fabunmi
The Falling Sky by Tibor Nagy
Tibor Nagy
Night Brings Good Counsel by Eric Bowman
Eric Bowman
King of Dead Horse Point by Michael Calles
Michael Calles
Flemish Style Stage 7 by William Galvez
William Galvez
Fall Tides by don hatfield
don hatfield
EarthCall by Tom Heflin
Tom Heflin
Zion Clouds by Jim Wodark
Jim Wodark
Convergence by Laurie Kersey
Laurie Kersey
In the Studio by Thomas Torak
Thomas Torak
Three Years Old by Robert Coombs
Robert Coombs
Guatemala Flower Market by Ned Mueller
Ned Mueller
Morning Mist by William Suys
William Suys
Last light ~ Carmel by Travis Hall
Travis Hall
small CB  painting DS by Don Sahli
Don Sahli
Lessons in Realistic Watercolor by Mario Robinson
Mario Robinson
Catalina Island by Calvin Liang
Calvin Liang
Echo by Joseph Todorovitch
Joseph Todorovitch
An Athabascan Gift by Scott Tallman Powers
Scott Tallman Powers
2016 poster for the Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering (signed) by Glenn Dean
Glenn Dean
Grand Canyon, Quiet Soul by Logan Hagege
Logan Hagege
CATHEDRAL ROCK WATERS by Betty Carr
Betty Carr
Looking Up by John Burton
John Burton
Canyon de Chelly by Mian Situ
Mian Situ
Asher by Michael Maczuga
Michael Maczuga
The Evolution of Sand by Ron Rencher
Ron Rencher
Lets Go Home by James Ford
James Ford
Sunflowers by David Riedel
David Riedel
St. Francis by Van Rainy Hecht-Nielsen
Van Rainy Hecht-Nielsen
The Rockies From Crestone Colorado by Walt Gonske
Walt Gonske
Paris Spring by Richard Johnson
Richard Johnson
Bolivar Buildings by Peggy Kingsbury
Peggy Kingsbury
Ivan by Olga Dickey-Demchenko
Olga Dickey-Demchenko
Flea Market at Tesuque, New Mexico. by Alain Lutz
Alain Lutz
The SunFlower by Ellen & Bill Leibow
Ellen & Bill Leibow
Surface Tension by Diane Morgan
Diane Morgan

Cliff Cavin
"Do the Hokie Pokie" by Carol McGill
Carol McGill
Waves in Light by Liz Bonham
Liz Bonham
Light and Shadow by Noe Perez
Noe Perez
Inquisitive by Nature by Leea Arnold
Leea Arnold
Harvest Moon by Elsie Kilguss @ Studio Zwei
Elsie Kilguss @ Studio Zwei
GALLERY  SUMMER by Alexandra Stevens
Alexandra Stevens
Gallery Logo Cropped by Mars Hall Gallery
Mars Hall Gallery
Sheep at Mission Ranch by Karen Wilkerson
Karen Wilkerson
Tender Moment by Gallery Sur Photography of Big Sur, Carmel, Pebble Beach
Gallery Sur Photography of Big Sur, Carmel, Pebble Beach
Morning Light on Apple by Rebecca Neef
Rebecca Neef
Giant Victoria Lillies Pads by Mark Farina
Mark Farina
The Napkin by JASON MAYR
JASON MAYR
Shades of Blue by Sarah J. Webber Fine Art
Sarah J. Webber Fine Art
High Noon by Bente Hansen
Bente Hansen
GATHERING AT OCATE by Kathleen Dello Stritto
Kathleen Dello Stritto
studio blue by Elaine Farmer
Elaine Farmer
Spring Awakening by Betty Schmidt
Betty Schmidt
Liz by Oksana Johnson
Oksana Johnson
On a Flint Hills Ranch by Ed Pointer
Ed Pointer
Berkshire mountain view by Stephen Calcasola
Stephen Calcasola
White Peonies by Dee Kirkham
Dee Kirkham
Rose Bowl & Roses- Framed by Christopher McCall
Christopher McCall
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Keith Bond
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Kevin Macpherson
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Scott Mattlin
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