• glass art by Stephanie Fluke

    Glass Art by Stephanie Fluke

    “My work is primarily influenced by the natural world that surrounds us all,” describes glass artist Stephanie Fluke. Fluke explains her work as portraying her own feelings and emotions that nature evokes in her, whether it is the joy and bliss she feels walking through a field of brightly colored fall aspens, the sense of […]

  • ceramic art by Gail Hershey

    Pagosa Springs Ceramic Artist Gail Hershey

    “My work is about my journey as a person out in the world,” ceramic artist Gail Hershey explains. “I have been a potter all of my adult life and now I am a printmaker as well.” Hershey describes her work as a reflection of her inner life to various degrees. She feels that being a […]

  • glass art pieces by Linda Boyes

    Glass Art by Linda Boyes at Pagosa Springs Art Gallery

    Linda Boyes is a studio glass artist working in kiln-formed glass as her sole medium. Although her love of glass has been lifelong, her hands-on fused glass work began in 2009. Her life experiences and detail-oriented background, intuitiveness, creativity and love for the Southwest are expressed in her glass art. Her work ranges from functional […]

  • artist Rick Unger

    Rick Unger – Painter of Western Life

    Rick Unger started his artistic life in early in Pennsylvania. As a toddler, Unger was already drawing pictures with advanced detail and accuracy. Before his teens, he could paint portraits with striking accuracy using all media and even before graduating High School he was receiving commissions for his artwork. Unger attended three years of vocational […]

  • painting by Anthony Steventon

    Abstract Art by Pagosa Springs Artist Anthony Steventon

    As a child in the UK, art was always an essential part of everyday activities for Anthony Steventon. Art became one of his favorite school subjects that led to an ambition to become an art teacher. He enrolled in a local art college as a full-time student and realized that his real passion was to […]

  • Tricia Bass oil paintings

    Paintings by Colorado Artist Tricia Bass

    Tricia Bass has studied with master painters Don Sahli, Scott Yeager and Scott Christensen. “The works of these fine artists always inspire me to continue to learn and improve my abilities as a painter,” Bass says. She adds that for her, painting is a marvelous and often frightening process and she is so moved by […]

  • folk art by Revis Plemmons

    Art Meant To Be Touched by Revis Plemmons

    Revis Grubb Plemmons is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. She loved art from the time she could hold a crayon. “My worst fear was to run out of paper or coloring books.” Her grandmother taught her to paint with pastels at age five. She studied watercolor painting from age twelve and won some awards […]

  • painting by Janet Thompson

    Oil Pastels by Janet Thompson

    Janet R. Thompson grew up in the southwest and attended the University of Oklahoma where she majored in Commercial Art. She relocated to the east coast where she studied pastel portraiture with Daniel Greene at the Art Students League in New York City. She works in photography studios as a colorist and became a member […]