August 30th, 2021

 

Sunny Sarah Winkler at her artist reception for "Wildflowers"

Sunny Sarah Winkler at her artist reception for “Wildflowers”

After the long winter, prairie meadows, desert canyons and the high alpine tundra fills with the fragrant, delicate wildflowers of the Rocky Mountain region. To see the flowers return each year, reminds us of the perpetual cycle of life. The patterns of nature and the colors of Spring appear again refreshed, renewed and buzzing with activity from the bee to the river rafter to the farmers planting their crops.

 

Optimism shines through in rich textures of flora and fauna, gems and minerals, weather and climate across layered landscapes of mountain and desert vistas. The snow on distant Mountain ranges begins to melt, rivers rise and lakes swell, wetlands fill and natural meadows burst into bloom. Nothing feels more alive and sensational as the coming of Spring and the anticipation of the Wildflowers — the inspiration for this all-female show!

 

Photography by Victoria Slagel.

 

Jylian Gustlin, Nina Tichava, and Sarah Winkler‘s artwork deliberately placed together as an indication of colorful warmer days.

 

 

Sarah Winkler and Nina Tichava hug little colorful landscapes by Bridgette Meinhold, who stepped out of her wax-covered comfort zone.

 

Sarah Winkler in front, with Jylian Gustlin and Nina Tichava at her side.

 

The new media works by Bridgette Meinhold in our front window. “Jasper” the feline by Jamie Burnes

 

“Wildflower Basket” by T.S. Harris, in oil with our musician getting ready to play.

 

A fresh diptych by Nina Tichava in the front gallery.

 

 

Sarah Winkler

Sarah Winkler — thank you for coming!