Young and upcoming artist Jordyn Payne has done it again. Brand new arrivals of brilliantly textured aspen trees. Jordyn truly captures the joy and freshness of all of the seasons in her work. A sight to behold in person; it is difficult to capture just how amazing these paintings are with a camera. All of Jordyn’s pieces are oil on wrapped canvas; most framed with a simple contemporary black shadow box frame. These will go fast. Call, visit, or place your order online today! Please click on the images to enlarge for details and dimensions.
Fine ironwood with Turquoise & Silver Inlay by artist Larry Favorite
“Being Cool” Framed oil on canvas, by artist Linda St. Clair. 32.5″ wide and 24.75″ tall with frame. Please click on images to see details.
Larry Favorite hand- crafts all of his work from dense fine ironwood he gathers from the Great Senora Desert. He loves the sheer joy of being at one with the wood to release the beauty he finds within. He enjoys the process and the challenge of looking at, and listening to each piece of wood until it reveals what it wants to become. Other than the ironwood itself, he intricately inlays turquoise, opal, and sterling silver into each work. Click on Image to Enlarge.
Ray Van Cleve Jewelry
Ray Van Cleve has been creating elegant limited edition and one-of-a-kind silver and gold jewelry for over 40 years. He fabricates his beads from sheet silver, and has expanded to include belt buckles, pendants, small boxes, and free standing metal sculptures. He personally hand cuts and forms all of the components of his pieces. His creation process is highly meditative, and he derives great pleasure from his clients’ joy in wearing his work. Ray incorporates semi-precious stones; all natural and untreated into his creations, such as turquoise,lapis,coral,and sugilite. All of Ray’s works are made of pure sterling silver,and 18k gold. He learned how to cut stones and polish silver from a Zuni silversmith in Gallup. Ray resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico with his wife and fellow artist, Emily Van Cleve.
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