As the fall season brings change to the Denver landscape, Westward Gallery is also welcoming change of its own. Michelle Courier, resident artist and owner of Westward Gallery, is focusing on the colorful fall scenery of Colorado in her most recent works.
“In my most recent hike, I was able to photograph and capture the aspen trees of Kenosha Pass and Guanella Pass,” says Courier, “Last year I unfortunately missed ‘peak season’ for the beautiful trees and made it a priority to hike in search of them this fall, now understanding the curiosity and obsession the aspens provoke.”
Westward Gallery, in addition to Courier’s latest original pieces, now carries limited edition, hand-signed, high-quality prints of her work on canvas. Courier notes, “Many of our clients can now collect at a very affordable price point. It’s important to me that our clients now have that option. The Colorado Aspens print has become our best seller.”
The gallery has also signed on five new artists, whose works are on display now. “I am incredibly excited about the new energy and artists we have here at Westward Gallery this fall and welcome you to share in it,” Courier adds.
Artist Michelle Courier in front of herpainting Yosemite.
Colorado Aspens, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48"
Summer Aspens, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 48"