• Kathleen Steventon

    Over the years Kathleen’s connection to nature has grown richer and more spiritual. In her Colorado studio she first connects with the spirits of the animals that she paints. Allowing the animal energies to work with and through her, Kathleen embeds their spirits into each colorful unique piece. Years ago Kathleen picked up a palette […]

  • Annette LeMaire

    While Annette LeMaire’s primary focus is on painting the landscape of the Southwest, she also enjoys pursuit of the whimsical, be it with animal portraits or still-life. For instance, when having a cocktail one late afternoon, she found inspiration to create a series of still-life paintings of cocktail glasses, devoid of liquid but infused with […]

  • Marla Smith

    Marla Smith was born in Prescott, AZ and raised on ranches in the surrounding small town. More than 20 years ago in reflecting on her love of the beautiful Southwest, the desire to share the once-in-a-lifetime experience motivated Marla Smith to begin a visual portrayal of scenes and events that has fascinated her throughout her […]

  • Sandra Heller

    Sandra is a full-time professional artist living in Durango, CO.  Art has always been a part of her life.  She loves painting in plein air (outdoors) capturing the beautiful environment and changing seasons of the Four Corners. These immediate impressions  provide inspiration for her larger studio paintings. She has also traveled extensively and painted in […]

  • Micky Ozolins

    Micky Ozolins’ lifelong study of art and science brought her to fused glass work over a decade ago.  After years of paint, pencil and clay work, she serendipitously discovered the wonders of flowing glass — with its exciting dynamics yet strict adherence to the laws of nature.  Her glass works range from tiny pieces such as jewelry, […]

  • Brad Price

    Brad Price has made the western landscape his focus for the past three decades. “It is the tortured beauty of the area,” he says, when asked about his work. “Look at the twisted pines, the crooked cottonwoods, the eroded landscape. The whole place looks incredibly wise, like it could tell you some amazing stories about […]

  • Graphite & Gold Leaf by Bud Root-Michels

    In Italy and France, Bud Root-Michels was privileged to closely observe how the Renaissance Masters executed their underpainting.  They would draw with a terra-cotta shard or charcoal directly on the canvas.  In this important stage, they drew nearly all their grey values.  Many then finished their paintings with a series of transparent oil color glazes. […]

  • George Bodde

    Born in rural Michigan in 1971, George Bodde started painting and drawing as a child.  Art was a family pastime. He entered and won numerous awards in local competitions and helped finance college with pen and ink greeting cards of his hometown’s historic landmarks. The topics of George’s works are inspired by his love of outdoor […]

  • bronze sculpture by Rocky Hail

    Bronze Artist Rocky Hails at Two Old Crows Gallery

    Most of Rocky Hails’ work in figurative sculpture and oil painting are narratives from the West, nature, and biblical passages. These genre often produce moments when an event transitions. “Whether it is the chuck wagon cook guarding the dutch oven against imminent thievery, the fox turned into the breeze or the rabbit at the decisive […]