Western Cards

These western themed paintings on cards have captured the colors and the sense of place that makes the American west such an outstanding subject for a painter. My palette tips toward turquoise and gold for many of the images.  The landscapes are my perceptions of the enchanted areas that I traveled through.  In embellishing each card I relive those joyful explorations. These enhanced cards lend themselves to all occasions and are perfect for framing in groupings that set a tone in a room and states a love of western art.

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 Pricing Options
1 - 9 cards       $5.50 each
10 - or more cards    $4.50 each
(The discount is applied to the total order)

Frame ready, matted 8" x 10" prints    $20.00 each.

The blooming hollyhocks in front of this New Mexico church begged me to paint them.

This card is one of my favorites, the flowers are raised white paint with a luminous tint.  The lavender mountains and the sage foreground color dance happily together.

The beauty of Arches National Park was astonishing.  I was so happy with this painting because along with captivating shapes, I managed to capture the beautiful light.

What a wonderful hike this is.  We walked for a few miles in the Virgin River while the sky narrowed and the walls of the canyon grew higher.  An unforgettable experience.

This rock outcrop and its cast shadow delights everyone at Arches National Park.

The reflected canyon walls make a calming image with a great color combination of turquoise and rust.

What a riveting experience to watch the climbers on this 3,000 foot cliff.

This tower stands at the edge of the south rim of the Grand Canyon.


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