• painting by Janet Thompson

    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 […]

  • metal cast bowl by Mike Selinsky

    Mike Selinsky

    Owning a piece of custom hand-forged iron work by an American blacksmith is like owning a piece of American history. Mike Selinsky of Colorado Forge, based in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, is an artist and Master Blacksmith who has successfully incorporated the art of blacksmithing into the business of designing and producing superior home furnishings, lighting […]

  • mountain scene in glass by Jolene Ratliff

    Jolene Ratliff

    Jolene Ratliff first became enamored with stained glass when she lived in Fort Sumner and she took a class while living there. “Interpretation of the colors and types of glass that can be utilized in a stained glass piece is fascinating; I love to watch a stained glass piece evolve before my eyes as I […]

  • Donna merchant-crooks bronze art

    Donna Merchant-Crooks

    Donna Merchant-Crooks has a kinship with nature, where she finds solace and inspiration. She spent years cooking and pulling mule strings in Idaho’s wilderness, developing an appreciation for the rare and untouched. “As a lifelong artist I have worked in many mediums. Currently I create in wood and bronze. I design and carve doors, mantles […]

  • Dean Mabe

    Having grown up on a ranch and spending most of his time outdoors, the thought of being an artist was always with Dean. Watching the seasons pass was just not enough. It was Dean’s desire to mingle with the seasons and attempt to catch and interpret the moment. Those times with his horse spent outdoors […]

  • Larry Kitchen oil painting at Two Old Crows

    Larry Kitchen

    The rich color and grand scenery of Texas have provided the inspiration for Larry Kitchen’s 40-year painting career. His prolific artistry demonstrates an evocative view of life within the pine forest of the southern United States. His representational work has cast golden light on a host of scenes from the historical to the modern brilliantly […]

  • western fine art paintings by Wayne Justus

    Wayne Justus Western Fine Art in Pagosa Springs

    Painter Wayne Justus does what he is: cowboy. To meet Justus is to meet a man you’d like to call a friend for life. As the old John Wayne saying goes, he’s the kind of man you wouldn’t mind sharing  a winter cabin with. Since making art his full-time occupation in 1972, Justus has won […]

  • buffaly by George Ann Johnson fine art painter

    George Ann Johnson Fine Art at Two Old Crows Gallery

    Professionally, George Ann Johnson has been an active artist for over 30 years. Having a strong natural talent, she initially began her art career painting professional race horses to help support her own horse business. This led her into starting her own commercial art company. After several years of commercial art, she began her fine […]

  • Buster Griggs Western Paintings

    Western Paintings by Artist Buster Griggs

    The focus of Buster Griggs’ work is his love of the West. His paintings and drawings honor the history and grandeur of the mountains and plains, the Native Americans whose ancestors called it their home, and the pioneer families and the cowboys who explored and settled in this beautiful country. Griggs became a commercial artist […]

  • Claire Goldrick paintings at Pagosa Springs art gallery

    Fine Art by Claire Goldrick in Pagosa Springs

    Claire Goldrick’s love of subject matter for paintings ranges from equine scenes to fly fishing and water and landscapes to historical portrayals, many featuring Lewis and Clark. She has lived in Idaho, Montana, Colorado and New Mexico, providing her with endless material for painting ideas. Goldrick began drawing and painting at age 7 while growing […]