Navajo Mother and Child

Punch quilting is a ‘no sew’ fabric art technique that mimics quilting to create a 3-Dimensional fabric wall hanging without making a single stitch. The “no-sew” method eliminates all those tiny stitches of conventional quilting. By using multicolored fabrics, foam board, batting and using my creativity and color sense I am able to design and Read more….

Cathedral

Inventory ID Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Cosmos Galaxy in Ursus Major

Gleaming porcelain bowl, handthrown, trimmed and altered at three points on rim, with hand-carved decorative foot. An explosion of brilliant glaze colors and a perfect marriage of hues in purples, garner, blues and warm golden topaz over classic Asian translucent green celadon. Partial unglazed edge on bowl interior highlights the beauty of pure unadorned porcelain. Read more….

Waterways

Handthrown, altered and carved kaolin porcelain bowl filled with sea-tone underglazes of blues/greens and clear gloss glaze over all surfaces. Fired to over 2400° in a gas reduction kiln. One of a kind. Inventory ID Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Eagle

Eagle head carved into heavy Cedar wood log. Inventory ID Private Notes In artist possession. Purchased From Self carved Consigned To/Collected By Artist PDF Uploads

Sneek Peek

Fox peering out of hollow log. Carved out of Pinon wood log. Inventory ID Private Notes Artist: Dan Romero all of the art is in my possession. Purchased From Self carved Consigned To/Collected By Artist PDF Uploads

Brothers of the Shield

Two Native American Warriors carved into cottonwood bark mounted on oak covered by blue suede and framed with oak. Inventory ID Private Notes Purchased From Self carved Consigned To/Collected By Artist PDF Uploads

Lord of the Fly

As an avid flyfsherman, I’ve collected discarded items streamside over the years and turned them into art. This piece features a door panel from Deep Creek, CA, a barrel latch from the Black Warrior River, AL, a vintage fly reel from Saddlebag Creek, CA, a circular saw blade from the Rio Chama, NM, tin wings Read more….

Ate the Small Fly

As an avid fly fisherman, I’ve collected discarded items streamside over the years and turned them into art. This piece uses a door panel from Deep Creek, CA, a carpenters ruler from Crystal River, CO, old dynamite box shard from a mine shaft in the Eastern Sierra, sea glass from the Oregon Coast, vintage word Read more….

morning blue

Abundance of Joy Text by R.A. Suri For an artist who has proven to be as polyvalent as Marc Schmitz, whose chief operations lies within conceptual and philosophical frameworks, the appearance of a series of bi-chromatic/tri-chromatic monotype prints might disarm those accustomed to more visually complex creations.The works resonate with poetical beauty, the fruit of Read more….

Kalimba

Kalimba is a musical instruments that can be found in west Africa, especially in northern part ofGhana.I s made out of calabash gourds, wood, cans and metal rings.It sounds almost like piano,so we normally called it hand piano and it had play a role in our Ghanaian traditional music industry. Inventory ID Private Notes It Read more….

Trial 2

Rustic and full of character, this small piece says ‘thank you’ with a gesture. Whether you keep it on your desk, or use it as a centerpiece, this art piece will lend a welcoming and loving feeling to your home. Inventory ID Trial 2 Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads