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Hand-Cut Stained Glass Mosaics

Inspired by her travels and love for the outdoors, this artist hand-cuts each shape in her colorful mountain landscapes.

For the Love of Horses

See Shannon Lawlor’s sharp-eyed glimpses of horses, painted in meticulous detail.

A Study of Trees

Artist Jill Lear's paintings honor the space between the branches and roots as much as the tree itself.

Sarah Winkler’s Layered Landscapes

She’s known for far horizons, rendered in mineral-rich shards and swells of luminous color

Skulls with an Edge

Suzanna Stone Bailey’s stylish bison skulls are one part mountain living, one part rock ‘n’ roll.

Claire Brewster’s Flights of Fancy

She creates delicate paper sculptures of flora and fauna, cut from vintage maps.

Katy Parnello: From Stage to Workshop

How an off-Broadway actress, who once doubled as Tina Fey on 30 Rock, became a mountain-town woodworker.

Branching Out With Patrick Dougherty

This artist builds life-size fairytale structures that look like they belong to fair maidens or beanstalk climbers.

The Horsehair Creations of Jane Chavez

Exquisite baskets crafted from glossy coils of horsehair, embellished with beads, feathers, coral, or bone.

Chessney Sevier Paints the True West

Glimpses of Western life, with rugged landscapes populated by cowboys, horses, and cattle.

Painter in the Park

Anthony Rudisill's paintings capture the natural beauty of our national parks in exquisite detail.

For Owen Mortensen, Nature is His Muse

In northern Utah, artist Owen Mortensen transforms flora and fauna indigenous to the American west into modern home decor.
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