Size of piece, including frame: 44.25 x 32.25″
Kerswill was born in England in 1925. He studied at the Plymouth and Bristol Schools of Art. After the Second World War he traveled around Europe painting before traveling to Canada. After he and a friend canoed from British Columbia into the US he eventually settled in Jackson Hole, WY as he loved the scenery in the Western US. He painted many pictures of the Tetons, this being one of them.
It’s rumored that Kerswill spent some time working in Denver. Interestingly, the original stretcher bars on this painting are from Meiningers in Denver.
The photograph is framed in a leather frame made in Peru.
Size of piece, including frame: 38 x 32.5″
Photograph of a male leopard cub in a tree catching the last rays before sunset. The photograph was taken in Sabi Sands, South Africa. Sabi Sands is one of the private reserve areas in the Kruger National Park.
Kiss My Shades by William Dieterich. $1,250
Will is a young, local guy who had his first ever show at AUM and it was one of the most successful we hosted. His watercolors are amazing.
Trevor owns a couple of Will’s pieces and bought this one for the gallery.
Yes, you are correct in thinking that the art is not mounted in the center of the frame. This was done deliberately for effect. If you like the piece but don’t like the effect we can re-mount and center the art.
Size of piece, including frame: 18.5 x 21.5″
End of Winter by Russell Chatham. $1,750
Limited Edition Lithograph.
Size of piece, including frame: 28.75 x 24.75″
Russell Chatham was born in San Francisco in 1939. He is a self taught painter and is the grandson of the landscape painter Gottardo Piazzoni. Chatham began exhibiting his work in 1958 and has had one man shows in Aspen, Santa Fe, and Denver. He’s had hundreds of shows throughout the US, Europe, and Asia. He began making prints of his work in 1980 and is regarded as one of the world’s foremost lithographers.
Lake Como, limited edition canvas giclee. $800
#117 of 250.
Size of piece, including frame: 39″ x 27″
Photographed from above. $2,150
The two stadiums (Invesco and Mile High). August 25th, 2001.
Framed in one of our custom steel frames.
Size of piece, including frame: 33.5″ x 27.5″
Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Size of piece, including frame: 47.5″ x 37″
Aspen Glade in Gold
Shawn Shea $1,250
Oil on board framed in a custom gilded frame.
Size of piece, including frame: 11.75″ x 14.625″
Size of piece, including frame: 22.25″ x 26.25″
Cheryl St John
Oil on board
Size of piece, including frame: 14.25″ x 17.25″
Limited Edition print #2/100
Size of piece, including frame: 15.25″ x 15.5″
Stretched canvas in floater frame over silk background
Size of piece, including frame: 43″ x 25.125″
E. Melinda Morrison
Oil on board
Size of piece, including frame: 13″ x 12.75″
Limited edition print, #22/125
Maple frame with walnut splines.
Size of piece, including frame: 14.5″ x 20″
Bar Scene $350
This is an early work from this San Diego artist who’s
now known as the “painter of chefs”.
Oil on canvas in a step frame.
Size of piece, including frame: 12.5″ x 10″
Oil on canvas
Size of piece, including frame: 10.25″ x 12.25″
We also feature ceramic and bronze figures and masks from Denver artist Penney Bidwell. Take a look here for a selection of her works.
Penney is showing some new work along with art from Todd “WAD” Clough in our Year-end show. If you’re not familiar with Todd’s work, it’s a little eccentric and very bold and colorful. It’s an ideal match to Penney’s work. Take a look at a selection of the work both artists will have in the show.