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margaretta caesar paintings hanging in mountain home

Local Art

Buying artwork for your mountain home by local artists is a great way to support the local arts community while also adding a unique and personal touch to your decor. Our local artists often draw inspiration from the surrounding landscape, creating pieces that capture the natural beauty of the area!

 

Our unique selection of art features original work by several local artists as well as hand-picked prints to fit any style and budget. We're proud to showcase 6 local artists with a wide variety of original oils, acrylic, pastel, and mixed media art. Our prints can be ordered in several sizes with different frame options including all subjects of art.

Featured Artists

Stop by the store to browse our updated collections of the below artists sprinkled all around the store!

Betsy Buckner buffalo painting
Betsy Buckner aspen painting
Betsy Buckner bear painting

Betsy Buckner

Betsy was a "late bloomer" in regards to the art field.  She worked in an art gallery for five years and was so inspired by the artist's work, she decided to go back to school and learn how to paint at the age of 40.


She was probably very close to have painted every dog in Evergreen, CO., when she was inspired to start painting Colorado Wildlife.  Because of her signature style and the eyes of the critters, most folks can spot a "BETSY!" 

Betsy
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Margaretta Caesar

Margaretta's voice is expressed through fresh, loose brush strokes and lots of rich full-volume color. She aims to balance that spontaneity with a sense of sophistication and control. 


Margaretta achieves that with a thick impasto and delicious directional brushwork with layers of color always attempting to allow each layer to shine through, even and maybe especially, the underpainting.

Margaretta
Arturo Garcia blue buffalo painting
Arturo Garcia multi buffalo painting
Arturo Garcia buffalo with bird painting

Arturo García

Tatanka is a collection of Arturo's bison paintings. With it, he intends to deliver a story about the largest, most iconic mammal in North America and the importance it had in the Native American Cultures from time immemorial.

With this exhibit, Arturo has officially joined forces with all the nature conservation entities to deliver an educative art presentation about the importance of bison, both culturally and nature-wise. 

Arturo
Dawn Normali man on horseback painting
Dawn Normali buffalo painting
Dawn Normali scenic painting

Dawn Normali

Dawn expresses what she sees in nature while capturing its spirit and essence onto canvas creating colorful, thick, juicy paintings you almost want to touch.  

 

Dawn paints because it fulfills her and wants to share her artwork with others to bring them joy and beauty  to their lives. Dawn is thrilled to paint outdoors as weather allows. Living in the Colorado gives her inspiration to paint often. 

Dawn
Tricia Bass painting titled Fourteen Thousand and Some
Tricia Bass marigold painting

Tricia Bass

Art has been a lifetime passion for Tricia Bass. Her love of the great outdoors, and particularly the Rocky Mountains, has led her to a career as a plein air painter. Bass has learned that the essence of feeling and the play of light and color in a scene is what she hopes to catch in a simple, pleasing way. 

 

It is not always the breathtaking vista that excites her but sometimes the smallest, simplest subject will catch her eye to inspire her to bring paint to canvas. 

Tricia
anita mosher hummingbird painting
anita mosher flatirons painting
anita mosher aspen tree painting

Anita Mosher

Blending modern insight with old world training, Anita enjoys painting a variety of subject matter. For Anita, contemporary art is an interpretation of the moment, captured directly thru color with exuberant strokes across the canvas.

Anita paints in her Centennial, CO studio and her work has been featured in articles numerous times in Southwest Art magazine including  “Artist to Watch” in 2001 and in American Art Collector, Western Art Collector, Art of the West and Vail Art Magazine. 

Anita
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Doug Behm

Whatever Doug paints, be it animals, landscapes, portraits, or celebrities, he wholeheartedly aims to capture the true essence of the subject, inviting the viewer in to ponder the image and feel inspired by the artwork. Doug consistently puts his artistic eye, mind, and soul into all that he creates.

Doug strives to paint images that are aesthetically pleasing while still having a sense of reality. He’s had the pleasure of traveling the world and he’s been able to see the majestic presence of people, wildlife and the beauty of nature all around the globe. Doug believes that life has a sense of mystery and honesty about it. He works to create images that endlessly engage the viewer.

Doug and his family reside in Colorado.

Doug
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