HGTV Dream Home 2010: Artwork Pictures
Paintings, sculptures and limited-edition prints were culled from galleries located near HGTV Dream Home 2010 in Sandia Park, N.M. Pieces are inspired by the rugged landscape, Native American art or the artist's own imagination.
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November 25, 2014
Falling Into Place — Isla, an acrylic and mixed-media painting on canvas, was created by artist Kevin Tolman. His work is based on observations of nature. Available at karanruhlen.com.
A series of diminutive, acrylic-on-paper paintings by Elaine Holien captures the beauty of New Mexican landscapes. Available at karenruhlen.com.
Fine art photographer Robert Medina Cook's limited-edition prints are inspired by the rich landscape and ancient history of the Southwest. Prints capture the beauty of old buildings and sacred sites. Available at robertmedinacook.com.
Ranchos Da Les Church II and Ranchos Da Les Church III are oil-on-canvas paintings by Jan Keefer. Available at chumanigallery.com.
Cat and Dog, an oil, pastel and pencil work by Lesley Long, pops when paired with traditional furnishings in the kids’ bedroom. Available at lesleylong.com.
Yellow Tail Vision, an acrylic-on-canvas painting by Farrell Cockrum, makes a singular statement in the home office. Cockrum, a contemporary Native American artist, was born and raised on the Blackfeet Reservation in northern Montana. Available at blackbirdgallery.biz.
Flyway/Transformation, an acrylic and mixed media on canvas painting by artist Kevin Tolman, balances a cool wall of turquoise tile in the great room and kitchen space. Available at karanruhlen.com.
Pakowki and Mikkwa light sculptures by Suzanne Derrer are crafted from twigs and handmade paper. Available by e-mailing Jettgallery@aol.com.
"Fish cars" crafted by woodworker and stay-at-home dad Isaac Alarid Pease add visual interest in the kids’ bedroom. Available at isaacalaridpease.com.
Eternity, a limited-edition print by fine art photographer Robert Medina Cook, connects the Casita to its desert location. Available at robertmedinacook.com.
The 11-foot steel sculpture crafted by Southwest petroglyph expert Ley Powell comes from the artist’s Shaman Series. Available at chumanigallery.com.