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“Early Snow – Study”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 20″ x 20″
$650

“Illuminating”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 16″ x 20″
$800

“Moment Of Red”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 20″ x 20″
$650

“The Quiet Place”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 20″ x 20″
$650

“Frosted”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 27″ x 57″
$3,200

“At Home”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 27″ x 31″
$1,600

“Crimson Night”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 20″ x 32″
$1,100

“Early Snow”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 32″ x 32″
$1,900

“Ornamental Beauty”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 24″ x 28″
$1,000

“Tranquility”
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 44″ x 54″
$6,000

9/23/19 – 9/30/19 special price $5,400

“Trail To Solitude” – SOLD
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 24″ x 28″

“Trails Of Spring” – SOLD
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 20″ x 32″

“Mountain Allure” – SOLD
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 20″ x 20″

“The Nights Delight” – SOLD
Original Acrylic on Canvas
Framed Size 20″ x 32″

 Amy Everhart

     Amy Everhart is a contemporary artist who has lived and studied in both New York and California. She currently resides in and draws inspiration from the mountains of Utah.  Her heroes include masters both past and present in the genres of realism and impressionism.  Degas, Monet, Cassatt, Alan Wolton, Steve Hanks, Fabian Perez, Robert Coombs and Jose Royo have all influenced her development as an artist.  She received her first formal training as a youth in the private atelier of Marjorie Miller, to whom she will always be grateful for her encouragement, instruction, and lifelong friendship. 

Artist Statement:

     I think I was born to paint.  At birth, I was given a tiny music box, the cover of which depicted a little girl holding a paint brush.  I was thereby destined to art.  One of my earliest recollections is of my mother painting.  She was always creating something, whether it was a painting, a dynamic flower arrangement, or a ceramic doll.  And so, I grew up in this incredibly creative environment, surrounded by love and art.  When I paint, I feel like I am sharing the emotion of the moment.  I strive to reach beyond what my eye sees and paint the emotion that I feel, filling my work with expression.  I become part of each of my works, the unseen participant in the moment, and as that moment emerges beneath my brush, time and matter cease to exist, and I am pulled into a universe of light, shadow, color and energy, a universe of emotion where I am most at home.

Robert Paul Galleries is proud to show the works of American artist Amy Everhart.