"Honoring the Process"
Peggy McGivern "Ranchos Ruins 1" Oil 24" x 24"
Peggy McGivern's new exhibition is a culmination of decades of being an artist who constantly pushes the envelope. She is fearless, coloring outside the lines. Check out Special Events page for more information about this exciting show!
Peggy McGivern "Red Earth 2" Oil 46" x 40"
Nancy & Mark Hargis Painted Desert Gourd Maiden 13.5" High
Act I Gallery is dedicated to being an exciting, welcoming gallery offering great art at great prices. Constantly changing exhibits, special events and a user-friendly web site encourage our customers to grow in appreciation and knowledge of fine art. Our goals is to enrich the quality of your lives through the acquisition of fine art while building personal, long-term relationships for 22 years - and counting!
Your selection includes paintings by Dinah K. Worman, Peggy McGivern, Joyce Hamil, Iva Morris, Doug Candelaria, Cletus Smith, Audrey Davis, Sharon Craft, Virginia Vaughan, Patricia Jacobsen, Teena Ryan, Kent Hicks, Mark Horst, Bobbie Markeson, Mary Ann Warner, Jeri Moore, Elizabeth Black and Lee Heartwell.
Jewelry in sterling silver and gold are by G. L. Miller while beadwork is by Vicki Swiatek. There is glass by William C. Davis and Lydia Piper; bronze sculpture by Nnamdi Okonkwo, and Wendy Salin. We also represent wood turned bowls by Matt Moulthrop and Philip Moulthrop; gourd maidens by Mark and Nancy Hargis, ceramic figures by Jan Winchester, furniture by Seymour Wheelock and Glenn Sweet and last, but not least, wind sculpture by Roger Heitzman. The stone water fountains by Jan Moore grace our courtyard and can be shipped directly to your home.
Act I Gallery has become a destination gallery for visitors and locals alike. Known for diversity in media and subject matter, we offer you a diverse selection of original art, whether you collect oil paintings, pastels, watercolors, bronze, jewelry, ceramics, turned wood or turning wind sculpture. With time payments always part of our offerings, collectors have garnered fine art collections to share with family and friends and then on to heirs and museums.