Southwestern Art

Artists are influenced by where they live as to what they paint, and this artist is no different. Living in Southwestern Arizona and different areas of Southwestern California, she has encountered such a wealth of subjects that she will not be able to capture it all if she lived a thousand years. But some of what she has captured is offered here.

     
NewIndian Mother and Child I

"Indian Mother and Child II" is a watercolor and ink measuring 12x18 done in the artist's Imagism style.

$57.00
NewMusicos de Ecuador

"Musicos de Ecuador" depicts the dancing Ecuadorean musicians performing at the location of the artist's studio in Old Town San Diego. The original...

$54.00
NewQuiet Understanding

"Quiet Understanding" is a 12x18 watercolor and ink original done in the artist's Imagism style.

$57.00
NewSoftly Indian

"Softly Indian" is a 24x24 oil and wax on canvas original done with a palette knife in the artist's Imagism style.

$57.00
NewThe Colors of Cinco de Ma

"The Colors of Cinco de Mayo" is an oil on canvas that was the first of the Folklorico paintings that inspired the artist and took her two years to...

$59.00
NewThe Desert Family II

"The Desert Family II" is a 12x24 watercolor and ink original done in the artist's Imagism style.

$68.00
NewThe Golden Exodus

"The Golden Exodus" is a 24x24 original done with a palette knife using oil and wax on canvas in the artist's Imagism style.

$50.00
NewThe Happy Dancer II

"The Happy Dancer II" is a 24x24 original done using a palette knife to apply oil and wax on canvas in the artist's Imagism style.

$57.00
NewThe Jaliscience

"The Jaliscience" is a maneuver done during the colorful Folklorico dance from the state of Jalisco, Mexico. The original was done in oils on canvas.

$57.00