Read This Just as the butterfly emerges from the chrysalis, Jan Wright's colorful watercolor paintings spread their wings and take flight and find their way to new homes, bringing color, light, and inspiration to all who see them.
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Mesa Verde Vistas
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Mesa Verde Collage in watercolor
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Mesa Verde Remnants is an original watercolor.
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15 x 12″ framed
SOLD as original watercolor. Available as giclee fine art print.
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Spruce Tree House and Petroglyph Point panel brings such a unique expression of what Mesa Verde offers.
25 x 30″ framed
Long House, Mesa Verde N.P.
Artist in Residence, October 2012
Currently viewed at Taylor Raymond Gallery, Durango, CO
18 x 21″ framed
36 x 13″ framed
Magic and mystery abounds in these canyon narrows paintings, for one always wonders what is around the next bend. Often an animal image graces these walls, so look carefully and be blessed.
Not for Sale
The great Grand Canyon with hidden Eagle in the canyon walls. In JanWright’s permanent collection. Available in gliclee fine art print and card.
40 x 32″ framed
The magnificence of the Grand Canyon makes us soar like an Eagle, touching great Beauty and Peace yet knowing the fragility of Life within canyon walls.
Deep within the canyon, one feels so small as the water swirls around ankles. Layers upon layers of rock, carved by wind and water, tower above.
30 x 24″
Colorful butterfly hides within the canyon, bringing light to all. This original painting is Jan’s business card.
7 x 6″
Raven hides deep within the canyon, wings, tail, and head as part of the landscape
11 x 9″
Hummingbird, so delicate yet so strong, you hide in this colorful canyon, making it yours.
12.5 x 9″
Playful pony leaps through this colorful canyon with ancient petroglyphs telling us you were once here long ago.
14.5 x 9.5″
Six hummingbirds are hidden within the colors and textures and reflections of this canyon.
18.75 x 15″
Visionary and Spiritual
Jan's love of and fascination with ancient and powerful Native sites allows her to sense the Beings that still live there. Often figures will emerge as the watercolor goes onto the paper.
Mixed Media Paintings
An Ancient One sits in the multi-dimensional world of Chaco Canyon, Pueblo Bonito doorways. Other symbols and doorways, suns and landscapes deepen the scene with meaning. Mixed Media
28 x 22″
Mixed Media Painting
Moon House, on Cedar Mesa in southern Utah, is a magical place. This mixed media painting reflects the multi-dimensional feeling of this site.
15 x 22″
Jan’s currently most popular paintings, having sold over thirty of these little cliff dwelling paintings, are inexpensive and mounted in an 18 x 9” frame. Call or email Jan to order either a more realistic rendering, such as this one, or with overly extended ladders.
SOLD, Commissions encouraged!
15 x 5″
Where did they go? Who were these ancient people who perched their homes and sacred places on the edges of cliffs?
34 x 10″
One of Jan’s more popular themes, the long ancient ladders lend a spiritual feeling to the dramatic cliffs and dwellings. This accentuated vertical painting is exhibited at Far View Lodge at Mesa Verde through October of 2012.
35 x 10″
A vision of my beloved companion for fourteen years. Hopi Dog became Hopi Shaman with blue smoke from his funeral pyre, butterflies bringing light and peace, and kiva ladder for his ascent.
Commissions of your loved one welcome
35 x 19 ”
Old Paint who came with my property, now on the Other Side, free from physical burdens to roam the skies in joy.
12 x 9″
What form do these magnificent horses take once they pass from this world?
12 x 9″
Beneath Kachina Bridge dances an Eagle Kachina in the reflection.
12 x 18
At the time of the great Emergence, the People were sent to the Four Directions in their Migragion. The White race was given the element of Fire and sent to the North; the Yellow race was given Air and sent East; the Red race was given Earth and went South; and the Black race was given Water and sent West. One day, ALL People will come together as One to share their knowledge of each element… Or will we?
20 x 24″
The vibrance and the very soul of the Southwest shines through in colorful renditions of the landscape that will speak to your senses.
Watercolor extended uniquely onto matte
16 x 20 framed
Colorful cliffs above Ghost Ranch in northern New Mexico, graced by prickly pear cactus.