Many of Jan’s images have been printed in plain, no text greeting cards, except Canyon Yule, which has a Solstice greeting. Perfect as greeting cards or to mat and frame as gifts or for your own enjoyment.

Look for hidden animals or ancient beings in many of them.

Cost per card is $3 with free shipping. For an order of 8 assorted or same cards, cost is $20 with free shipping.
Jan Wright
13602 Road 33.6
Mancos CO 81328

Canyon Narrows Series

Canyons hold mystery. What is around the next corner always intrigues us and leads us to wonder. Many of the Canyon Narrows hold spirit beings in the textures, shadows, and reflections that may have a message for us.

Spirit Horse Canyon

(with Horse galloping)

O great Spirit Horse, awaken us to your Power, Freedom, and exuberance to gallop across the Land.
We hear your spirit hooves thundering off deep canyon walls. We see your Light reflected by Day and Night.
We feel within us the Power and Freedom to move forward.

Hummingbird Hollow

Hidden Hummingbird brings Joy to the canyons of our of Life, reminding us to taste of the sweet nectars.

Crow Canyon II

The magic of Raven takes us deep into the dark canyons of our soul

card 5×7″

The Grand II
Grand Canyon, Arizona

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.

card 5×7″

Canyon Yule

“Winter’s stillness
embraces the seed
of Spring’s rebirth.”

card 5 x 7″

Southwest Landscapes

The deserts of the Southwest hold many secrets. Some speak of ancient past life, while some cling to life now.

Cliff Palace Magnificence
St. Barnabas Church

After Jan was Artist in Residence in October of 2012, this painting resided over the check-in desk of Far View Lodge at Mesa Verde National Park for two years. The original is an oversized watercolor that is 51 inches long. Image size 13 x 25″ $200 + S&H $25

Big Bend National Park, Texas

Magnificient and huge, this bigger than life Agave has survived hundreds of years in this spectacular, desert wilderness.

card 5 x 7″

Ancient Living Window
Monument Valley, Utah & Arizona

A window of ancient juniper looks into the wild, stark beauty of Monument Valley.

card 5×7″

Above Chinle Wash
Navajo Reservation, Utah

Ancestral Puebloan site of Poncho House through a high window.

card 5×7″

Pueblo Dawn
Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

Stark morning light finds a lone grandmother sitting at sunrise.

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Before the Pueblo Wakes
Taos, New Mexico

Pastel morning light shines on Taos.

Vernal Moonrise
Monument Valley, Utah & Arizona

Magical inspiration as the Sun set and the Moon rose.

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Moonrise over Walpi
First Hopi Mesa, Arizona

The ancient, mystical Hopi home on the edge.

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Sunrise Sentinels
Arches National Park, Utah

They seem to whisper in the magic stillness.

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Visonary and Spiritual

Spirit Beings sometimes show up when least expected within these Southwest landscapes and ancient dwellings.

Weaving the Cosmos Card

In many Native traditions, Grandmother Spider weaves the delicate yet strong Web of Life. Some believe the sky to be a woven basket into which the stars were placed at the time of Creation. The warp threads move upward into Father Sky; the weft is the woven path of Stars, Sun, and Moon to shine down their Light and blessings upon us.

card 4 x 10″

Mother Earth Grieves

Solid as stone, yet fragile as She is, Mother Earth grieves for the loss of her Children, be they human, animal, bird, fish, tree, plant, or insect.

card 5×7″

Talavi’ Morning Singer

From deep within a Kiva, a blue Light filters down. Is that a Kachina ascending to welcome in the New Day?

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Emergence” Hopi Pot

From a Hopi pot ascend many Kachina Spirits to honor Taawa, the Sky Father.

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Chaco Grandmother Spirit
Chaco Doorways, Canyon National Historic Park, New Mexico

We feel your presence within these Chaco walls.
Crescent moon and Pleiades shine down to you telling that you are not forgotten.

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Deer Spirits of Pueblo Bonito
Great Kiva, Chaco Canyon Hational HIstoric Park, New Mexico

O Ancient Ones, we can almost hear the drumbeat, the rattles, the jingle of deertoes, and your low chanting as you honor and lure the deer to your ancient hunting grounds.

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Chaco Canyon Guardian II
Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon National Historic Park, New Mexico

Ancient walls and doorways echo your ceremony and chants. Your sacred pipe still sends Creator your prayers and blessings. We honor your presence.

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Bear Medicine over Chaco Canyon
Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon National Historic Park, New Mexico

O Great Bear, you bless and watch over this sacred, ancient place. Your healing powers are felt.

card 4×6″

Tsankawi Pot
Tsankawi, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico

Ancient Ones of Tsankawi of Bandelier, you created this pot and these petroglyphs
which now emerge and bless this place.

card 4×6″

Corn Maiden of Bandelier
Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico

You watch over your canyon where your many children once lived and worked and played and held ceremony.
We are here now to honor your gifts.

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The Four Directions

Many cultures honor the four sacred directions, Father Sky, and Mother Earth. Different colors and symbolism represent each of the directions. These paintings came from Jan’s spiritual connection to the animals and colors found in her studies of the Four Directions.

Winter ~ Vision ~ Wisdom

In Hopi Legend, our Dreams, Visions, and Remembrance Of our True Nature are lovingly taken from us at Birth, And stored in the Crystal Land of the North. Here the Grandmothers and Grandfathers keep them safe until we are strong enough in the world to call them back to ourselves. Then each Vision Animal gently speaks to us of Who We Truly Are and releases our dreams through Crystals and Rainbow Light.

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Spring ~ New Beginnings

Mother Earth gives birth to the Sun in the form of Squash Blossom, representing new life, creativity, and fertility. Hummingbird tastes the sweet nectars of Life, brings Joy to all, and pollinates the flower. The Rainbow Sky is filled with Butterfly joy and transformation

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~ Summer ~ Strength

~ Courage ~ Passion

Red Tail Hawk grasps the fiery Sun of the South; Badger helps us gain strength and courage to face our fears; Snake reminds us to shed old ways which no longer serve us; Coyote tells us to bring humor and Light to all we do; Ancients speak to us of our ancestry and connection to All there is.

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Fall ~ Going Within

As we release our darkness, grief, and pain, Raven carries them on iridescent wings into the Rainbow Light for transformation and renewal. In the Haida Legend, Raven steals the sun to return it to the People so Life can prosper.