By Jill Soens Oversize ravens, small ravens, life-size ravens, ravens on our balcony! Thanks to our Lubbock, Texas sculptor, Jim Eppler, Sorrel Sky Gallery has ravens everywhere and we are frequently asked, Why? What is the difference between a raven and a crow? What do ravens mean? Ravens are larger and are, on average, 25” … Continue reading What Is It About Ravens?
By Shanan Campbell Wells Jewelry designer Elizabeth Showers believes that beauty is not something you see in the mirror. It is something that is inside each of us. Jewelry aside, this designer has a very compelling background that has led her on a path to ensure that women have self-confidence and avoid the pitfalls of … Continue reading Meet the Artist: Elizabeth Showers
By Jill Soens Looking at a Stephen Day painting is like remembering a captured moment when we stopped the car to look at that one moment of sunset where the sky created it’s own moment of glory without our even asking. Or, we drove around a corner and there was a perfect vista before us, … Continue reading Feel the Stillness
By Margaret Hedderman How long can you sit still? Five minutes? Ten minutes? How does two and half hours sound? Such is the life of a portrait painter’s model. When Peter Campbell arrived at Sorrel Sky Gallery, canvases and paint in hand, he asked that Jill and I model for his Portrait Painting Workshop. Sure, … Continue reading Modeling for Peter Campbell
By Linda Perala-Hunt Palmore is an animal advocate, humorist and painter extraordinaire. Tom has a unique sense of humor, a great respect for the animal kingdom, and an uncanny way of bringing the two together to engage the viewer in a very fascinating form of wildlife art. He has blended his unique imagination and talent … Continue reading Tom Palmore: From a Sordid Past to an Extraordinary Career
By Jill Soens We are pleased that Ray Tracey is allowing us to show his Retrospective Collection of gold jewelry from the 1980’s and 1990’s. The jewelry glistens with Ray’s classic combination of traditional Navajo designs, sleek, modern lines, and beautiful deep colored stones. Ray says, “ My family moved to Ganado, AZ when I … Continue reading 3 Decades of Ray Tracey Now on Display
By Muriel Tissonnier It was this sculpture, “Moulding Our Future,” that transformed Denny Haskew’s career as a successful artist. Denny Haskew and his sculpture made national news in the late 1980s after it was placed in Thompson Park in downtown Loveland, CO. The controversy erupted due to the sculpture depicting both mother and child nude … Continue reading Controversy to Fame: Denny Haskew