A backwards glance
What's New at the Gallery
"Oh, it was a merry, gladsome day when the April Fool met the Queen of May. She had roguish eyes and golden hair, and they were
a mischief-making pair.”
– Carolyn Wells
Mudcats Beneath
Sherry Carlson
was inspired by the poem "Creek Bed Seduction"
by Gordon Waters

Jerry Mauldin and Sandra Halat
sharing a moment
Furry Friends
Lolita Dickinson
finishing touches on
a small abstract
Artist's teamwork
Jewelry artist,
DeAna Autry
sharing a few of her new creations
New original artwork by
Bruce Seabolt
Poppies in Golden Fields
A budding artist
presents her newest masterpiece
Collectors and Visitors
brighten our day!
Sandra Halat
Fatu is one of two White Rhinos left in the world. 
It is just Naijin, her mother, and Fatu left on this earth to represent this noble and exotic species. 
Fatu, who is in her early 20s, still has young energy. She is curious, unpredictable, and sometimes wild. Sadly, though, when she is gone so will go the Northern White Rhino.
“At some point, we have to talk about love.
About rhinos as givers and receivers of love.
We don’t live in a culture that encourages this.
 Love is not quantifiable; it doesn’t generate doomed statistics.
 It is ignored in policy debates. And yet, in the end,
love is the source of all our meaningful values.
Sam Anderson-New York Times-
“The Last Two Northern White Rhinos on Earth”
Lolita Dickinson
with a recent commissioned piece
Linda Dragonette
visiting the gallery
delivering a few new abstracts
"Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get the work done. If you wait around for the clouds to part and a bolt of lightning to strike you in the brain, you're not going to make an awful lot of work."
― Chuck Close