Available for Purchase
Oil on gessoed board
24" x 36" x 2"
Oil on Gallery Paper Wrapped Canvas & Paper
12" X 12" X 1 1/2" unframed
Deborah Hake Brinckerhoff
mixed media on linen
30" X 2.4' X 1 1/2" unframed
2017 - One of a set of two pieces buy together or separately.
Limited Edition #9/750
If the name seems a bit familiar, you may be thinking of Jill Mulry's painted tiles which decorate many homes of the rich & famous. But photography is her passion, primarily of the outdoors as a captured in her views of wildlife and flowers. But she occasionally is drawn back to her architectural leanings and what emerges are scenes such as this or porches and windows.
Jill's photographs are often displayed on canvas or in open "poster" editions which themselves retail for anywhere from $95 to well over $500. But her limited signed & numbered copies are much more difficult to obtain. But here's your chance...
You can have this collectible piece AND help Planned Parenthood's patients and students at the same time...bidding on this difficult-to-fine limited and numbered edition piece (#9) starts at an amazingly low $35.
Edouard Geardet/ Edwin Lang
5" wide oak Harvest Frame
16" x 20"
no seriously why are the pandas so sad?
What can Giraffes get that no one else can?
25" x 21 1/2"
"the highest leaves on the trees"
27 1/2" x 62 1/2" x 1"
To the homes of the great covers 1900's magazine Mod-podge with air brush and wooden frame
Mixed Media (natural colors of wood)
22" x 18"
" I am inspired by music. The emotions I feel from it while I am creating art. Expressed the emotions in a girl body, symbol of beauty, and whatever she has on, as instruments, symbols of peace. You are not yourself anymore but what you love."
Mixed Media (natural colors of wood)
Charcoal drawing of oyster
30" x 24"
"This artwork tells the story of life. Left side of the picture shows real life and how we go through lots of difficulties. i tried to express them using falling leaves and birds which is not able to fly. However, right side show how much life becomes vibrant and fresh as we get touched by our loved ones. at that moment we forget about all of the hardship. We feel warmth and secure. I showed these feelings by having green leaves and flying birds and butterflies. We can have everything but there is just one thing valuable eventually in the whole world and that is Family. Family is ALL."
8" x 10"
Artist Statement - I love painting the outdoors. As I travel, I make quick sketches or paintings. If I am riding my Harley, I try to memorize certain vistas and paint them later in the room. I take these sketches and studies into my studio to work into larger paintings. I take photos, but the freshness of the plain air paintings allows me to remember the wonderful colors and light that no photograph can show. As a result, my paintings are representations of what I see and feel, not necessarily of what is actually there. I paint on traditional watercolor paper, but love to experiment with Yupo, a synthetic surface, and TerraSking, an organic paper made with rock dust. I am currently working on paintings from images taken at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain, and images taken in Rome, Naples and Pompeii, Italy. I always revisit my love of painting our National Parks.
Bio - Mary was born in Murray, Utah, and grew up in the neighboring city of Midvale. She loved to draw as a young child, usually horses. She asked her father if he would sell his car and get her an all-white horse to keep in the garage. Obviously, that didn't happen! But she didn't stop drawing those horses!
As an adult, she began painting in a class that taught watercolor techniques for the classroom. What started as a way to bring art into her classroom ended in a love of painting. She has worked with Carl Purcell at his Zion NP workshops and traveled to Devon, England, for his workshop. She studies with Timothy J. Clark and travels Europe to take part in his workshops each spring. She has attended Visual Art Institute's Figure Academy workshops and will be attending classes this fall.
Mary volunteers for the Utah Watercolor Society. She has been the exhibitions Chair, the Communications Chair, and is currently the Paint Spot newsletter editor. She is a signature member of UWS, Utah Watercolor Society, and a signature member of WFWS, the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies. She is a member of the Art at the Main, a co-op gallery in the Salt Lake City Main Library. She lives in Holladay, Utah, with her husband.
Photopolymer print on paper
20" x 24"
edition of 11
16 3/4" x 16 3/4" x 15 3/4"
Perfect for indoor or outdoor use, these Organicrete planters are strong and dignified. A one of a kind, hand crafted addition to any home/landscape decoring.
Acrylic, ink, & gold leaf on canvas
48" x 60" x 1.5"
17" x 27" x 12"
*artist will install
This sculpture is made from gathered wild grasses that are coated in a highly translucent porcelain slip and then fired at high temperature burning out the grasses. The final work reveals a shadow or skeleton of the original texture and form and hints at process. Upon close inspection there are feather light remnants of carbonless ash left in some of the interior spaces and pieces of kiln wool where the pre-fired work was slumped. While the end piece is what we see, sometimes the steps leading to that end are just as moving.