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GBA Print Gallery
Welcome to the Guild of Berkshire Artists Print Gallery
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Thank you for visiting the print gallery. To view a specific work of art, click on the link to the artists print gallery and select an image from an individual artist’s listing. To purchase a print please contact the artist directly through the information listed on the individual artists print gallery page. The artist and buyer will make mutual arrangements for method of payment and shipping or delivery. All purchases from the print gallery are final unless prints arrive damaged and the shipper has been notified of a claim. All artists are encouraged to insure their prints with their shipping company.
Mary Anne Pellegrini
Offering quality canvas prints of realistic Big Cat paintings, with every detail painted in their beautiful faces. Prints are stretched on wooden bars and arrive with hardware ready to hang.
Yellow Dancing on Green
Creating color and reflected light with a limited palette excites me! Painting my first pineapple, I was fascinated by yellow-orange gold breaking through the cracks like magma under a volcanic crust.
Day Lilies 7x5 Greeting Card
See Keith Emerling's beautifully printed fine art greeting cards on heavy card stock with envelopes, quotable postcard and logo stickers.
The outdoors has always been an integral part of Lori’s life. The decorative arts also inform her paintings. She’s inspired by the landscape and birds of New England and the Adirondacks.
Susan Metcalfe Honneus
Susan is a graphic artist specializing in graphite pencil drawings mostly of birds, horses, and individual pets. She received a bachelor’s degree in Art and Art History. She has also written and illustrated a book about a wild mustang. She lives with her husband, David, on her grandparents’ farm in the Berkshires. She has a website, meadowbrookgallery.com where you can find many original drawings, note cards, and holiday greeting cards. Her drawings and cards make great gift suggestions and can be specialized to suit one’s taste.
Pittsfield, MA artist (formerly from NYC) Diane Firtell uses her camera, now mostly her iphone, to capture the ever changing beauty of the Berkshires. While her subject matter has for most of her career remained the same (flowers can be found in her earliest work from her student days at the School of Visual Art and now the landscape since moving to the Berkshires 24 years ago), she is always looking to express herself in different ways and enjoys experimenting with new mediums and techniques. She is a current faculty member at IS183 At School of the Berkshires. Her images translate to notecards, paintings, digital collages, jewelry and decorative art. As a black Belt, she is a passionate movement facilitator of the Nia Technique.
Stockbridge Bowl from Olivia's Overlook
Love to do artwork for children and for local scenery.
Karen Andrews Inner Visions Studio
Karen is a multi-faceted artist with an exquisite eye for beauty and a natural sense of design. She has created a portfolio of various media that provides a deep connection between art and soul.
The chemigrams of Peggy Reeves, hybrids of chemistry-based photography and painting, inherently involve a process of gradual deterioration that leaves behind visual remnants of this creative history. Subsequent digital editing finalizes these landscapes, creating what Reeves considers “a metaphor for natural and man-made forces on the environment.”
Wild Horses, Rodeo
An award-winning film director and director of photography for nearly four decades, Lear Levin’s credits include documentaries, short films, TV specials, Life Style TV and thousands of commercials.
Levin’s photography reflects his concern for lighting, staging and composition and his interest in bringing a painterly quality to his subjects.
Levin prints his work using the traditional archival Ink Jet method – also known as Giclée. His photography is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and has been displayed in galleries from California to Boston as well as in The Berkshires where he lives.
Mike Coyne is a retired emergency physician whose artistic endeavors include photography, ceramics, metalwork and painting with inks and watercolors.
Much of his work is inspired by nature, color, mountain biking, hiking and travel.
Prints are shipped free to the contiguous US. For additional sizes, contact the artist directly.
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