Colorful artisan pottery that serves everyday life
Shining a beautiful light on the littlest of hearts.
The pleasure of a finished piece of jewelry comes from hours of searching the desert for rough stones, polishing gems, and fabricating silver into a piece of art.
Ceramic pieces inspired by the natural world around me and reflecting my interest in geology, anthropology, science and the humanities
Ron delights in the unpredictable use of traditional materials, including precious metals and stones
Creativity is the highest form of intellegence
Denises unique designs are inspired by her love of Mother Nature, life in the west and her relationship to Spirit
I emulate nature and promote our individuality as humans
The vibrant colors of Ida's acrylics are the driving element in her art work. She paints a variety of subjects from abstract to impressionistic styles expressing life experiences.
Nature inspired oil paintings filled with detail and realism
Art, writing, and teaching that foster environmental awareness and ecological consciousness.
12 year resident of Park City. Owner of Trout Tales fly fishing guide service and a part time professional artist currently displaying art at Lunds Fine Art Gallery in Park City.
Photos of wildlife and the geometric patterns that can be found in the natural world.
A painting should evoke a visceral response, drawing the viewer in, and inviting them to take a journey outside themselves. Beauty is captured in a moment on canvas.
Hardwood, driftwood, and other wood knots become creative objects to complement the stones
Stone is used to represent other natural subjects that share the stones' color, pattern, and texture
Deep inviting colors, wild interchanges with playful textures, and breathtaking plunges into chaos
Paintings inspired by the seashore of New England and the majestic landscape of Utah.
These are special places that deserve our respect and protection. The emotion they invoke will differ for each of us. Many of these photos can have a mystic quality or be very abstract and the subject may not be entirely obvious on first viewing.